On July 12, 2010 the new swing span of the Willis Avenue Bridge was loaded onto barges and began a 135 nautical mile journey to NY Harbor. On July 26, the bridge traveled on barges to its permanent location along the East River. The bridge is 350 feet long and weighs 2,400 tons.
On July 12, 2010 the new swing span of the Bridge was loaded onto barges and began a 135 nautical mile journey to NY Harbor and then to the East River. The bridge is 350 ft long and weighs 2,400 tons.
Runners of the NYC Marathon call the Willis Avenue Bridge "the wall" because it marks the 20 mile mark on the route.
Stop using Foursquare while you're driving!
Pay the toll & skip this traffic crap!
Wow my hubby n I used that bridge a lot, ,,, many yrs ago. ..
They added the new road next to the bridge
Did you know? Runners of the NYC Marathon call the Willis Avenue Bridge "the wall" because it marks the 20 mile mark on the route.
I miss the kittenish neon Golden Lady who sat in her cocktail glass beckoning drivers into the Bronx.
The span of the bridge rolls horizontally onto land whenever a barge or boat needs to pass along the Gowanus Canal.
Stay in the car when it is moving.
It gets crazy during rush hour on this bridge because people want to save money on that $6.50 toll !!!
traffic is a MUTHAF#^&ker here
Driving or biking? Put down the phone!
Drive safe this the craziest bridge in ny
Drive save this the craziest bridge in ny
Great great great.....
Today i come to this. it's very nice
hello it's ok
Open, dont believe the signs!
No traffic on Sunday
This bridge is one way from Manhattan to the Bronx, but there are no tolls.
here's a tip!
its nice place i hope can come again. tks
Don't fall in!
Yes. Great route on sundays
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