Cherry Street Bridge
The Cherry Street Bridge is a bascule bridge that crosses the Milwaukee River just North of downtown. The 214-foot total length includes a 103-foot draw span. It was built in 1940 and is notable for its stainless-steel Moderne bridge houses.
It seems the longer you live in New York, the more you love a city that has vanished. For those of us well-versed in the art of loving what is lost, it's an easy leap to missing something that was never really there. (Jeremiah Moss)