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In Memoriam: Beloved Brooklyn Bridge

May 25, 2013

In Mamoriam: Beloved Brooklyn Bridge

Brooklyn Bridge is celebrating 130 years. Designed by father, completed by son. In 14 years. Same as the amount of time it took to complete Jama Masjid of Ahmedabad.

Purposely designed to allow pedestrians to walk on it. So what has (or hasn’t) changed in 130 years that we now do not think to design our bridges for walking on?

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