If anyone happens to look at the satellite imagery or Street View for this bridge and sees the road that starts at the north side of NY-23 and appears to curve down and under and bridge and thinks "wow, I bet you can drive down that road and get awesome views" then think again. Surely some spectacular views of this bridge are available down that road, but nasty signs restrict the road to authorized vehicles only. Nearby toll booths mean "sneaking" down the road is not really possible either. You can get good views from the bridge from the entrance to this drive (afternoon or evening is the best time) but I was extremely disappointed that the public cannot drive down this drive to get additional views beside and below this bridge. This is a spectacular bridge with an extremely long approach system. A beautiful and well preserved old toll house sits on the SW quadrant around the bridge too.