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As We See It: The South Grand Island Bridge

As We See It: The South Grand Island Bridge

Buffalo is many things to many people, and those people often have different perspectives based on their own experiences. 

"As We See It," a series by The Buffalo News photography staff, takes a fresh look at local landmarks with each of our photographers offering his or her unique perspective.

Next up: The South Grand Island Bridge.

A pair of twin two-lane truss arch bridges spanning the Niagara River between Tonawanda and Grand Island,. Each bridge carries one direction of Interstate 190 and New York State Route 324. Both crossings are operated by the New York State Thruway Authority as part of the Niagara Thruway. The southbound span was opened in 1935 and acquired by the State of New York in 1950. The northbound span was finished in 1963.

See more from our As We See It series here.

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As an award winning photojournalist, editor and director of photography, I have documented events from Super Bowls to Superpower Summits. Currently, I enjoy being an advocate for compelling photographs that tell the story of our community.

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