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I recently visited Covington, KY and walked over the John Roebling Bridge to Cincinnati. The John A. Roebling suspension bridge spans the Ohio River between Covington, KY and Cincinnati, OH. The bridge was erected in 1866. At the time, the bridge, with a span of 1,057 feet (322 m) was the longest suspension bridge in the world. This record was overtaken by the Brooklyn Bridge (also designed by John A Roebling) in 1883. The bridge is currently closed to car traffic but still available as a pedestrian bridge.
To find out more about my trip, listen to the podcast here.
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Great set of images of the same bridge! It is always interesting to take one subject and see what different views you can find. Perhaps one later at night with more lights in the city. I don’t know if they light up the bridge but that could be interesting!
They do light up the bridge at night and one of these days (nights), I might actually manage to get pics of it! – Sharon