This bridge is one of the few remaining moveable bridges on the Interstate Highway System.
Photo added by R. Manning
I looked for the special Pink setting on my digital camera....but the closest thing I could find was Sepia.
You two jokers better post some pink pics of your own if we're all going to be purposeful pontists prolifically posting purportedly "pink" pics. :p~
HAHAHA........And he thought he would live that one down!
Or in your case there for awhile J.R. purposeful pontists prolifically posting "pink" pics . I'm sorry I just couldn't help myself.
You keep scaring me...I see your posts in the Forum and my first thought is, "Hey! I didn't write that!" and then I see the "J" is missing.
Welcome to our little group of purposeful pontists prolifically posting pics!
Here is a picture of the original Berkley Bridge, found on the Norfolk Public Library website. http://www.npl.lib.va.us/absoluteig/gallery/Streets_&_Bridges/Bridges/bridg12l.gif
Also, as of 2008, the Average Annual Daily Traffic Count was 44,000 on the Eastbound span and 48000 on the Westbound span, averaging 46,000/day
Could you change the name of this bridge to the "Berkley Bridge"? That is the name that 99.9% of everybody used when referring to this bridge. I also have attached a photo of the bridge. Having recently found your site, I am going to try to give you a good update for Norfolk, VA and the surrounding areas as my time permits.