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The Queensboro Bridge is one of the most iconic crossings in the world. It spans the East River along side the world famous Roosevelt Island Cable Car. The bridge draws thousands of tourists and commuters per day. It also is one of the only toll-free crossings in all of New York City.
One of the best parts of the bridge is that it is available to pedestrians. Along the walkway is a chain link fence where many people leave locks with messages on them. Others are blank, leaving only the ones that have placed them to know their true meaning. It’s definitely something you have to look for but priceless when you find them.

Roosevelt Cable Car
Roosevelt Cable Car, New York City, Photo by Mark Giarrusso, 2013
FDR Drive
FDR Drive, New York City, Photo by Mark Giarrusso, 2013
Queensboro Bridge
Queensboro Bridge, New York City, Photo by Mark Giarrusso, 2013
1st Ave.
1st Ave., New York City, Photo by Mark Giarrusso, 2013
Queensboro Bridge
Queensboro Bridge, New York City, Photo by Mark Giarrusso, 2013
Queensboro Bridge
Queensboro Bridge, New York City, Photo by Mark Giarrusso, 2013
Roosevelt Island
Roosevelt Island, New York City, Photo by Mark Giarrusso, 2013
Roosevelt Cable Car
Roosevelt Cable Car, New York City, Photo by Mark Giarrusso, 2013
Queensboro Bridge
Queensboro Bridge, New York City, Photo by Mark Giarrusso, 2013
Queensboro Bridge
Queensboro Bridge, New York City, Photo by Mark Giarrusso, 2013
Queensboro Bridge
Queensboro Bridge, New York City, Photo by Mark Giarrusso, 2013
Queensboro Bridge
Queensboro Bridge, New York City, Photo by Mark Giarrusso, 2013

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