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This is possibly the least famous of the crossings into the east side of Manhattan, but is no less impressive for that status
It has two main spans, from Manhattan to Roosevelt island and then from the island to Queens.
One of the best ways...More
When I lived in the City many years ago I had friends that lived in Flushing. This is the bridge they took into the City.
When you arrive at LaGuardia Airpost ask your cab driver to "take the Bridge". They will complain, tell you it...More
Just walk! It's takes about 15-20 minutes walk then if you're tired then take a subway N or R train to go back to Manhattan. It's amazing views! Although there is the fence of course but still great view from there. So many people are...More
The bridge is quite massive, but not one that you should go out of your way to see in my humble opinion. There is a nice walking trail on the bridge and along side of it at ground level. But I don't get the 4...More
are known through many film. Hardly anybody knows this one. Personally I like this bridge ... u can use it without paying toll. which is a big advantage. Last time i found this bridge and the Roosevelt Island Tramways... Besides she is the next bridge...More
I love the Queensboro Bridge, also known as the 59th Street Bridge or the Ed Koch Bridge. The three names may be confusing to some, but New Yorkers just know the names are interchangeable.
I also love seeing the Bridge when it is used for...More