Christmas Day 1965 ~ Plane crashed on the George Washington Bridge

Christmas Day 1965 ~ Plane crashed on the George Washington Bridge

George Washington Bridge, Fort Lee, NJ by smullengada on 500px

George Washington Bridge, Fort Lee, NJ by smullengada on 500px

Sunset at George Washington Bridge, the construction that joins Inwood, in the northern tip of Manhattan to Fort Lee, NJ, in the other bank of the Hudson River.

Sunset at George Washington Bridge, the bridge that joins Washington Heights, in the northern tip of Manhattan to Fort Lee, NJ, on the other bank of the Hudson River.

George Washington Bridge

A different angle on the George Washington Bridge on a super foggy day a couple weeks back. So creepy rising out of the fog without the NY side visible.

photo of George Washington Bridge at night

photo of George Washington Bridge at night

Picture of the Day: Fields of Lavender in Provence, France «TwistedSifter

In response to some recent feedback from my good friend Will, the Sifter will be posting a picture every day at A link at the bottom of each post will give credit to the original source (if available).

A scenic guide for running a 20 mile New York City training run in Manhattan. The run passes through parks, over the George Washington Bridge, and finishes with our favorite noodles.

A scenic guide for running a 20 mile New York City training run in Manhattan. The run passes through parks, over the George Washington Bridge, and finishes with our favorite noodles.

George Washington Bridge

George Washington Bridge - New York City & Fort Lee, New Jersey

George Washington Bridge - connects Fort Lee NJ to Manhatten NY

The George Washington Bridge, connecting Fort Lee, Bergen County, New Jersey to Manhattan in New York City, is the world's busiest motor vehicle bridge

n this Dec. 22, 1936, Works Progress Administration photo provided by the New York City Municipal Archives, a man looks at the Hudson River from the New York tower of the George Washington Bridge.

Works Progress Administration photo provided by the New York City Municipal Archives, a man looks at the Hudson River from the New York tower of the George Washington Bridge.

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