The Adams Bridge was originally built spanning the Mohawk River in 1903. It was replaced in 1938 for $2,449, at a length of 75 feet (23 m) and renamed "Earnest" after a longtime local resident. The movie Shenandoah was filmed in the Mohawk Valley during the mid-1960s and an altered version of Earnest Bridge reflecting Civil War architecture shows in the film. The bridge was returned to its pre-movie condition in 1965. FROM I5 EXIT I-105 EAST TO MARCOLA RD. FOLLOW MARCOLA RD. 14 MILES. LOCATED ON PASCHELKE RD JUST OFF MARCOLA.