Photo taken by Éamonn Ó Muirí
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Here is a picture of the bridge prior to widening
Here is a picture showing it's current width:
Oh yeah, this bridge can be seen in the opening sequence of the 'House' TV series.
This is the Washington Road (Rt. 571) bridge. It is one of two bridges over Carnegie lake built by Andrew Carnegie when he had Carnegie Lake (Lock Carnegie) created for Princeton University's crew team in 1906. It is reenforced cast concrete four span arch bridge with stone facing It was originally a single lane and was widened in the 1930's.
The other bridge, the Harrison Street Bridge, a spectacular four span iron arch bridge built at the same time as the Washington Road Bridge was torn down 20+ years ago.
The replacement is a steel bridge that is a modern interpretation of the original.