Prints are shipped United States Postal Service, sealed in clear plastic with backing to prevent bending or wrinkles.
“My picture of the Queensboro Bridge on a hot afternoon caught a perspective of the city in motion from a bird’s eye view as cars race across the lanes and even a jogger makes his way across the span, hundreds of feet above the East River.
“Beyond the bridge, the strait flattens as its branches recombine south of Roosevelt Island and midtown buildings, including the United Nations, extend to the waterfront.” — Deborah Julian
Another view: Queensboro Bridge East River View
About the Queensboro Bridge
Queensboro Bridge is a bridge that connects the boroughs of Manhattan and Queens in New York City. The bridge is named after the Queensboro Bridge Commission, which was headed by William F. Sheehan. The bridge opened on March 30, 1909.
On the Manhattan side, it’s also known as the 59th Street Bridge.
The Queensboro Bridge is one of four bridges that connect Manhattan to Queens. The other three are the Brooklyn Bridge, the Williamsburg Bridge, and the Triborough Bridge.
The Queensboro Bridge is a suspension bridge. It has two levels, each with four lanes.
The Queensboro Bridge is one of the most heavily trafficked bridges in New York City. It carries over 200,000 vehicles a day.