|Bear Mountain Suspension Bridge|
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All photos by David Denenberg, please do not reuse without permission. The Bear Mountain Bridge was the longest suspension bridge in the world when it was completed in 1924.
A nearby arch bridge as seen from the Bear Mountain Bridge. This photo was taken in 1994. There is now a small suspension bridge across Popolopen Creek between this arch and the Bear Mountain bridge.
A low-level rail crossing as seen from the Bear Mountain Bridge. From certain vantage points on the east side of the Hudson, it is now possible to capture four bridges in one photo: the Bear Mountain suspension bridge, the arch seen above, this low-level rail crossing, and the Popolopen Creek suspension bridge.