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Photograph: Courtesy Creative Commons/Flickr/shan213High Bridge

Stunning photos of the High Bridge after a 45-year closure

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Jennifer P
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Grab a pre-made picnic basket and hop on your bicycles, because your new summer hangout is on the High Bridge.

Yesterday, NYC’s oldest standing bridge—connecting the Bronx to Manhattan—reopened after a 45-year closure (a $61.8 million project). It’s over 2,000 feet in length, 140-feet high and just darn beautiful—if not more beautiful than ever. Just look at all the Insta-proof below. 

 

A photo posted by N O E M A D (@noemadnyc) on

 

Only took 'em 40 years, but would you look at that view? #highbridge

A photo posted by William Carrigan (@wcarriganbass) on

 

From @wcbs880 Chopper 880: A nice morning for a stroll across the reopened #HighBridge between the Bronx and Manhattan; #NYC

A photo posted by Tom Kaminski (@tomkaminskiwcbs) on

 

A photo posted by Alexandra Maruri (@bronxtours) on

 

A photo posted by @ahh_belll on

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