Crossings: Philadelphia's Most Historic Bridges                                                   1997

Even in their humblest forms, bridges have the power to transform, allowing forays into new lands and joining people otherwise estranged. This series celebrates some of Philadelphia’s most notable bridges. The majority of them were published in the Philadelphia Inquirer Sunday Magazine on the occasion of the 300th anniversary of the Franklin Avenue Bridge.

Walt Whitman Bridge
Walt Whitman Bridge

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Tacony Palmyra Bridge
Tacony Palmyra Bridge

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Strawberry Mansion Bridge
Strawberry Mansion Bridge

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Springfield Avenue Bridge
Springfield Avenue Bridge

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Frankford Avenue Bridge
Frankford Avenue Bridge

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Henry Avenue Bridge
Henry Avenue Bridge

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Henry Avenue Bridge no. 3
Henry Avenue Bridge no. 3

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Finger Span Bridge
Finger Span Bridge

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Falls Bridge
Falls Bridge

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Covered Bridge
Covered Bridge
Columbia Avenue Bridge
Columbia Avenue Bridge

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Henry Avenue Bridge no. 2
Henry Avenue Bridge no. 2

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Betsy Ross Bridge
Betsy Ross Bridge

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Benjamin Franklin Bridge no. 1
Benjamin Franklin Bridge no. 1

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Ben Franklin Bridge no. 2
Ben Franklin Bridge no. 2

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