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Thanks for sharingthis…good memories!!
That picture never gets old.
Gorgeous picture, Jimmy! The lights and the beautiful starry night sky. Wow! Thank you, and Happy New Year!
That’s an excellent photo and an attractive view for efforts to save the bridge. The reality is you have an antique bridge worth saving but you also need a traffic-bridge. Once there was a large temporary bridge just to the north while the Bridge St. Bridge was being repaired. It was a very tall, wild ride, but it CAN BE DONE.
Yeah, but the photo is “old” since half the lights on the south side of the bridge have been out for some two weeks….picky, perhaps, but looks…you pick the adjective.