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The Bridges of New York

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Bayonne Bridge

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Bronx-Whitestone Bridge

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Brooklyn Bridge

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Cross-Bay Veterans Memorial Bridge

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George Washington Bridge

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Hell Gate Bridge

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Henry Hudson Bridge

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Kosciuszko Bridge

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Manhattan Bridge

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Marine Parkway Gil Hodges Bridge

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Outerbridge Crossing

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Queensborough Bridge

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Roosevelt Island Bridge

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Tri-Boro Bridge

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Harlem Lift Span

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Bronx Crossing Span

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East River Span

Throgs Neck Bridge

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Verrazano Narrows Bridge

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Williamsburg Bridge

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I've always thought of NYC's bridges (or at least those linking to Manhattan) to be like ancient drawbridges crossing a moat into a castled city. Especially how the bridges from the NJ side over to NY offer tolls - as an honour to their superior city. Well, OK, there's only one bridge from NJ to Manhattan, Staten Island isn't quite so cityish. ;)

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Other than skyscrapers, NY is known for its great bridges. Like the subways, the bridges help tie the city together....Its one of the reasons I think the East River bridges should remain free of tolls...

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Hmm, kinda makes Jacksonville's whole "7 Bridges" claim to fame seem pretty weak sauce. Great photos of some extremely impressive bridges.

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