In New York State, there are 24 historic covered bridges still standing. Not all of them are open to car use anymore and some of them aren't available to the public. It's been my goal for a while to try and photograph as many of these bridges as I can.
This is a map on the New York State Covered Bridge Society's website (http://www.nycoveredbridges.org/index.htm
), showing where all the bridges are located.
These are mainly somewhat downstate. I've shot several of them, but would like to re-do a few and add a couple of more to my list. Two of the private ones aren't far from me, but it seems like at least one of them will be about impossible to see, unfortunately.
I'm going to try and research some other "photogenic" things near the public ones in the hopes of making a photo day out of one of these trips. I'm seriously looking into that abandoned structure in Liberty, which I saw in another post on this site.
The private ones are Tuscarora Club Bridge, Lower Shaverton, Forge Bridge, and Ashokan/Turnwood (New Paltz Campus).
Shushan Bridge is a museum, so to go inside one must be there when it's open.