Living right near it, as a child we used to swim underneath the bridge. Not sure if that is still open, but I do know that the bridge is open and that lately the area has been working on improving this site for more than just a stop and see. It is rather short (just from one side of the river to the other), but the history inside of the bridge tells a tale that can keep you busy for a while (graffiti!). Def a great place for anyone to visit, whether for a short stop or an afternoon picnic.
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