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I had to give the Verrazano Narrows Bridge a 5 star because we got to go under it on the Queen Victoria cruise ship.
It was build in 1964 and links Brooklyn & Staten Island. It features 693 ft. tall towers.
It's amazing to see...More
Crossing this bridge you get sweeping views of New York harbor on both sides. I usually go over this bridge on Sundays to visit my family in Staten Island or very early morning for road trips. My kids love looking at the boats in the...More
We had to cross the bridge to get to the Brooklyn Queens Expressway (BQE). In the middle of weekend day, the bridge traffic was busy.
Many were trying to get to the Belt Parkway. There are many bumps on the bridge expansion. It’s a great...More
….that when an earthquake strikes the New York City harbor and vicinity, what will happen to all the bridges and tunnels, and for how long will this metropolitan area be shut down.... or will it be forever?
The panorama photo I shot gave the bridge...More
This double-decked suspension bridge connects the New York City boroughs of Staten Island and Brooklyn. At the time that is was built, it was the longest suspension bridge in the world. Now the Akashi-Kaikyo Bridge in Japan is the longest suspension bridge in the world.
The VZ Bridge is what Brooklynites call it was opened in 1964. As a child I watch each part of the bridge built and was there when the bridge was opened. We even walked the bridge on one of the anniversaries when they closed... More
The VZ Bridge is what Brooklynites call it was opened in 1964. As a child I watch each part of the bridge built and was there when the bridge was opened. We even walked the bridge on one of the anniversaries when they closed it to walkers for a number of hours.
It is a picture at night when lit and now accepted by Brooklynites.
The Queen Mary 2 when she enters and exits the harbor only clears the bridge by 12 meters.