Central Park Gapstow Bridge and The Pond - Stock image

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Upload date:September 27, 2013


'Gapstow Bridge arches over The Pond, located at the south east corner of Central Park. This is the second bridge of the same name on the site. The original, whose design is attributed to Jacob Wrey Mould, was built in 1874. One of the most unusual bridges in the Park, it was made of stone abutments, with cast-iron filigree and two semi-circular wooden arches. The wooden arches and flooring deteriorated, and the bridge was replaced in 1896 by the present simple stone structure made from unadorned Manhattan schist (the local bedrock). Morning light, late autumn.'
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