Photographer's Note

The Pine Bank Bridge is a cast iron bridge and extends towards Heckscher Playground at Central Park. It was first built in 1861 by J.B. and W.W. Cornell Ironworks then was renovated in 1984, as it had fallen into disrepair over the years.
Its intricate designs make it a must-see for those interested in architecture.

With its 80-foot span carrying pedestrians over the bridle path 11 feet below. The Pine Bank Bridge itís one of five of the original seven cast-iron bridges remaining in Central Park.

It is located in the west side of Central Park at 62nd street. I used my wife here as model. I wanted to visit the Bow Bridge but the time and very cold day don't allowed it.

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Additional Photos by Andre Bonavita (bona) Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Star Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 1348 W: 122 N: 2844] (13739)
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