George Washington Bridge (II)

Allow two hours to cross to New Jersey and back – extra time for walks in Fort Lee Historic Park, for more views of the river and Manhattan that will test your sense of scale. If you’re lucky, you may even make some new friends among the permanent residents of the Park. 

Sidewalks are shared by pedestrians and bikes. Construction projects may affect which side is open. Info about this and directions to the sidewalks can be found here.

George Washington Bridge (I)

February 19th, 2017

6 thoughts on “George Washington Bridge (II)

  1. Beautiful images. I’ve been under, over and above, many times in more decades than I want to admit, and have gleefully posted quite a few on my site over the past few years. Thanks for your takes! M 🙂

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    1. Thank you, I love bridges and this one is so photogenic! I see what you mean, I just looked GWB on your blog and found your treasures… from amazing views to police escorts to abandoned roads to cruise ships to the unforgettably and deeply emotional 9/11 views… the bridge is there. So are you fantastic photos – thanks for guiding me there! PS: would love to see it from above, haven’t done that one yet 🙂

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