Brooklyn Bridge is the eponymous debut album from the American band The Brooklyn Bridge. It was released in 1968 by Buddah Records. Blessed Is the Rain". Which Way to Nowhere". Space Odyssey-2001 (Thus Spake Zarathustra)". I've Been Lonely Too Long" (Felix Cavaliere/Eddie Brigati). The Worst That Could Happen".
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You’ll also notice a highway (yellow arrow) running up and down the Manhattan waterfront. Officially named the Franklin D Roosevelt E. River Dr, but better known as the FDR drive, designed by Robert Moses, the city’s planning commissioner in the 1st half of the 20th century, a little over 9 1/2 miles long, it covers the entire length of Manhattan along the East River. Manhattan Bridge (Green Arrow).
The Brooklyn Bridge opened in 1883. CommunitySee all. 198,032 people like this. 202,197 people follow this. See actions taken by the people who manage and post content. Page created – 14 February 2013. Times Square, New York City.
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Brooklyn Bridge was designed by John Augustus Roebling. While conducting some of the last measuring across the East River ferry crushed his foot against the piling. HIs foot had to be amputated but he got tetanus from it, fell into a coma and died from tetanus 3 weeks after the amputation and just few days after he placed his son Washington Roebling in charge of the building the bridge. Construction began on January 3, 1870. First step was building of solid foundations for the bridge.
The bridge–later dubbed the Brooklyn Bridge, a name that stuck–went on to become one of the most iconic landmarks in New York. But there’s been plenty of history, and secrets, along the way. Lesser known facts about the bridge include everything from hidden wine cellars to a parade of 21 elephants crossing in 1884. So for the Brooklyn Bridge’s 135th anniversary, 6sqft rounded up its top 10 most intriguing secrets. Thomas Pope’s proposal for his Flying Pendant Lever Bridge. The carpenter and landscaper Thomas Pope proposed a Flying Pendant Lever Bridge to cross the East River, and his idea was kept alive for 60 years as plans for the Brooklyn Bridge developed. But the cantilevered bridge, made completely out of wood, didn’t prove to be structurally sound. Chain bridges, wire bridges, even a bridge 100 feet wide were all proposed to connect the two waterfronts.