Bridge NYC

Williamsburg Bridge © 2007

If you saw the film, ‘Naked City,’ you saw this historic bridge – the Williamsburg Bridge in New York City. Even when the bridge worked overtime as the locale for a movie shoot, it still continued to carry 100,000 cars and 90,000 subway riders across the East River every weekday.

The movie depicted the murder of a pretty, but thieving young model, and then detailed the efforts of the cops to sniff out her killers. Eventually they unraveled the case, culminating with a classic chase sequence across this bridge from Manhattan’s Lower East Side into Brooklyn.

Photographed from the East River, tour boat, circumnavigating Manhattan.

July 5, 2006

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  1. what a great bridge and can’t believe so many us cross this thing! Thanks for sharing!

  2. A stunning, absolutely stunning, shot of a sight that I know well. Wow!


  3. Bridges aren’t my thing, but I liked this one too. Thanks.
    JG: You cross this bridge, hey? My daughter used to live in Williamsburg in Brooklyn. Now she’s near Central Park in Manhattan.

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