SHERBURNE – Rexford Falls bridge, built in 1877, is one of the oldest bridges in Chenango County. The bridge recently received a $40,000 restoration. The Herbert H. & Mariea L. Brown Trust Foundation provided $30,000 toward the restoration and the Town of Sherburne picked up the remainder.
The bridge is a landmark strongly tied to the memories of many Sherburne natives. The bridge spans roughly 75 feet across a rocky stream. The falls tumble down a stair case of sheer rock cliffs and finally rest at the bottom of the gorge, nearly a 100 feet below the bridge.