According to the official website of New York City's Central Park, "The misnamed Pine Bank Arch is more accurately a bridge, with its 80-foot span carrying pedestrians over the bridle path 11 feet below. It’s one of five of the original seven cast-iron bridges remaining in Central Park."
To me, it was just...beautiful. With it's ornate cast iron railings and gentle curves, it's nothing short of art.
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