There’s no scandal surrounding this lovely, smaller-scale steel-arch bridge, which links Washington Heights to the Bronx.
This postcard is undated, but it depicts a very sleepy Upper Manhattan.
The Washington Bridge isn’t very well known and gets little love by New York residents.
But it should. It opened to pedestrians in 1888 and vehicles in 1889, making it older than its similarly named, much bigger counterpart by a good 40-odd years!