New York 432
(Rathbone to Addison, 1940-50 and 1970-98)

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Decommissioned: 06/25/1998
Western Terminus: Steuben CR 119, Rathbone
Eastern Terminus: NY 417, Addison
Length: 4.18 miles (6.73 km)
Orientation: East-West
Counties: Steuben
Cities: None
Villages: Addison
Towns: Rathbone, Addison
Name(s): W. Front St., Canisteo River Rd.

In the early 1940s, NY 432 replaced the NY 17F designation between Rathbone and Addison. It would be decommissioned in 1950, but it would be resurrected along the same alignment in the 1970s before being decommissioned a second time in 1998.
Replaced By: Steuben CR 119

Bring back and extend the NY 432 designation along the entire length of Steuben CR 119, starting at NY 36 just outside of Canisteo.

Scan from the 1975 Marine Midland General Drafting New York
state map showing NY 432's alignment in Steuben County
(1940s, 1970s-1998).

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Stray NY 432 reference marker on the westbound side of the roadway. At the time this photo was taken, this was the only reference marker that remained. The last time I travelled this road, there were still a handful of NYSDOT signage posted, including an "Adopt-A-Highway" sign.
(Mark Sinsabaugh, 10/10/2001)

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Page Created: July 11, 2006 | Page Updated: September 12, 2020