Please correct me if this is not the George Washington Bridge… after all, while I DID pay close attention to the commentary, learning a LOT, it WAS 6,5 years ago now!! :-P
Update yes, after Googling, it IS the GW bridge…. here is a little snippet from the Wikipedia Page…
Groundbreaking for the new bridge began in October 1927, a project of the Port of New York Authority.10 Its chief engineer was Othmar Ammann, with Cass Gilbert as architect. The bridge was dedicated on October 24, 1931, and opened to traffic the following day.1112 Initially named the “Hudson River Bridge,” the bridge is named in honor of George Washington, the first President of the United States.
This was my 2nd trip to NYC, I was between jobs (in a literal sense, I made sure I had a week and a bit in between so I could go travelling) so I took myself off to NY. Just as well I did as I met a great friend out there… not that I knew it at the time..!! To think that since then she has stayed in my home a couple of times in London AND I have seen her in her home town in Australia… I guess we have to meet in the other continents? Anyway, this is the Circle Line collection, made possible thanks to my hostel room mate who had never been to NYC before and wanted to see as much as she could.
New York, New York, USA. January 2004.
Fuji FinePix 2600 Zoom.
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