Williamsburg Bridge, NYC Photos Gallery - Page 1
Photo of the Williamsburg Bridge as we make our entry. Halfway across the bridge.

Here is the Williamsburg Bridge. Built from 1896 to 1903 this suspension bridge spans 7,308 feet with its approaches. From beyond this bridge isn't exactly the most aesthetically pleasing of New York City's crossings. Actually, it's got to be one of our ugliest bridges.

Perhaps more because of its skeletal appearance than anything else. But it's an interesting bridge to cross by foot or on bike. As you can see from the photos above one gets to walk very close to the bridge's girders. The paths from one end to the other have divisions themselves for bike riders and pedestrians.

Photo of the M train as it crosses the bridge. Another photo taken along our trip on the Williamsburg Bridge.
Along with the pedestrian and vehicular access, there's also the train tracks.
Pictured above is the M train which takes you from the borough of Manhattan to the borough of Brooklyn.
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