NJ - Fort Lee: George Washington Bridge at night
The George Washington Bridge is a toll suspension bridge spanning the Hudson River, connecting Washington Heights in the Manhattan to Fort Lee in New Jersey by means of Interstate 95, U.S. Route 1/9. U.S. Route 46 ends halfway across the bridge at the state border. Initially named the Hudson River Bridge, it was renamed in honor of George Washington, who fortified positions on both ends--Fort Washington and Fort Lee--during the American Revolutionary War. The GWB is one of the world's…
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Bridge to Nowhere 2
A different angle on the George Washington Bridge on a super foggy day a couple weeks back. So creepy rising out of the fog without the NY side visible..
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George Washington Bridge Construction (Photo)
This photo shows the George Washington Bridge under construction with 'auto gyros' flying by. The bridge was dedicated on October 24, 1931, and opened to...
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7. The “Bridge Man” Who Photographed George Washington Bridge From Up Top Photo by Dave Frieder Before 9/11, New Jersey-native Dave Frieder was making it his mission to scale the […]
'Main Towers and Cables of the George Washington Bridge under Construction' Photographic Print | Art.com
Photographic Print: Main Towers and Cables of the George Washington Bridge under Construction : 16x12in
'Little Red Lighthouse, George Washington Bridge, New York City' Photographic Print - Wendy Connett | Art.com
Photographic Print: Little Red Lighthouse, George Washington Bridge, New York City by Wendy Connett : 24x18in
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SJP Properties will officially break ground today on the redevelopment of the infamous The Modern site, which dates back to the 1900s and includes uses for silent films, bribery scandal involvement and Helmsley ownership.