The Graffiti Bridge

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Situated in the westernmost city of the Florida panhandle, you’ll find a unique expression of art that has become an iconic landmark for visitors and locals alike: The Graffiti Bridge. On an old railroad overpass used by the CSX Transportation Company, off 17th Ave in Pensacola, Florida, local kids, artists, and graffiti enthusiasts profess declarations of love, support, and individualism.
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Chipperhigh2
Okemos, MI3,846 contributions
Feb 2020
The Graffiti Bridge is an interesting display of street art. I am informed it changes on a regular basis. Some of the artist have talent and hopefully will make a successful career using that talent. Better here than on some nice buildings.
Written February 3, 2020
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Lisa K
Pensacola, FL607 contributions
Nov 2020
It's OK, you basically just drive under it. The art changes and it's usually pretty good. It was an area that the BLM protest in Pensacola took place, mostly peaceful. They are constructing a round about in the area so I'm not sure you can get to it as of December 2020. Along with the 3 mile bridge to Pensacola beach being out due to hurricane Sally. Supposed to be fixed by summer of 2021 hopefully.
Written December 2, 2020
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F4981JCmichaels
Vancouver, WA1,891 contributions
Jun 2021
How often is graffiti encouraged? Well, here it is, on a railroad bridge, with ever-changing work. In fact, some ladies were adding to it when we were there.
If odd things in America are an attraction to you, this is a fun place to see. It's on 17th Avenue off Bayfront Parkway. If construction is still in progress, then head up 14th Avenue to Wright Street, and turn south on 17th, like we did. There is parking just south of the bridge, on the east side.
Either way, it's a funky respite from the norm.
Written August 24, 2021
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cordyroy
Mobile, AL2,329 contributions
Jun 2021 • Couples
It's just what it says, a rail bridge covered graffiti. Recently the theme seems to be Alzheimers Awareness. Nicely done.
Very limited parking on either side and be careful walking around as the are no sidewalks and lots of traffic.
Written June 30, 2021
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maldenmusic
Malden, MO1,891 contributions
Jun 2020 • Friends
We found the bridge easily and used the large parking lot besides it. If you walk up to the railroad tracks you can't see
down to Navarre. The art work was eclectic-a little bit of everything. When we drove by 2 days later, it was different.
Written June 27, 2020
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Roger W
Birmingham, AL440 contributions
Feb 2020 • Couples
We went to see this bridge because there is one in Atlanta that is awesome but we was disappointed. Looked kind of dirty and nasty. Not the the art but the area needed some cleaning. Nothing special to us.
Written February 26, 2020
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ColoradoDoc
Colorado Springs, CO566 contributions
Sep 2015 • Couples
Yes, we've driven under this bridge for years, but the graffiti is amateur at best. It's not worth a trip or the trouble.
Written September 14, 2015
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edmondite
edmond, oklahoma1,167 contributions
Jan 2021
Fun stop to get out and take a photo or two - the art on it is amazingly good - although I understand it changes and is open for all to decorate. There's room to park near it.
Written January 27, 2021
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James J
Gulf Breeze, FL433 contributions
Dec 2019
Unless one is fortuate enough to live in the Pensacola/Gulf Breeze area the Graffiti Bridge website is a must. Paintings change almost daily. I first visited Pensacola in the early '70s and the painting was late night graffiti. Now, artists come in teams with videos recorders, paint rollers and a theme. Except for a few painters with limited artistic ability (those who think the populus want to see the "F" bomb) the art is positive. It's joked that if the paint were to be removed, the bridge would collapse!
Written December 27, 2019
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LFalonso
Atlanta, GA274 contributions
Sep 2018
Happened to be in this part of Pensacola and heard about this bridge. Cool to look at , but not to make a special trip
Written September 2, 2018
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