The Queens span of the Triborough in the background. Also in the left background is part of the Hell Gate railroad bridge.
These distinctive, Art Deco lamp posts adorn the Triborough and other Robert Moses’ projects. They have also been called “Moses lamp posts.”
Approaching the Triborough from 125th Street in Manhattan, the normally-open north side walkway was locked up tight.
But, the authorities had opened the other walkway.
One of the remaining, beautifully ornamented, century-old, Alfred Pancoast Boller bridges.