Where there is water, there is often a bridge that crosses over it.  It was interesting to see the engineering of the bridges across the United States and how each operated slightly differently from the previous.  Some charged tolls, others didn’t.  Some raised as a whole or split in half, others stationary.  Some operated without a glitch, others got stuck.  Here are a sample of the bridges that I saw during my month of travel.

Verrazano-Narrows Bridge, New York Photo

Fremont Bridge, Portland, Oregon Photo

Sagamore Bridge, Sagamore, Massachusetts Photo

Joseph A. Scapelliti Memorial Bridge, Lockport, New York Photo

Driving Park Bridge, Rochester, New York Photo

Pattonwood Bridge, Rochester, New York Photo

Rainbow Bridge, Niagara Falls, New York Photo

Bay Bridge, Delaware Photo

Manhattan Bridge, New York Photo