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BROOKLYN BRIDGE Brooklyn Bridge is in the side of the Hick Street and Old Fulton Street at Cadman Plaza West in Brooklyn in America Art in the Anchorage offers annual public access to one of New Yorks most spectacular and evocative landmark structures The Brooklyn Bridge Anchorage a stunning performance space under the eaves of the bridge on the Brooklyns side hosts a popular art and music series in the summer The Anchorages majestic archways huge vaulted spaces and vertiginous catwalks create a stunning stage for Creative Times annual summertime multimedia program Art in the Anchorage The festivities usually run from early June through early August Talking about the history and foundation of the bridge it was ridiculous that the short ferry ride from New York to Brooklyn which usually took only ten minutes should take so long John Roebling the engineer of the bridge who was not a man to be kept waiting stood on the deck of the Fulton ferry with his fifteen year old son Washington and glowered out at the gray East River chocked with ice What the river needed was a bridge Here it was 1852 and the only way to get the New York and the rest of the world from Brooklyn was still by boat across this treacherous East River Surely the East River needed a bridge and if there was anyone in the country who knew about building bridges it was definitely John Roebling At that time it was no secret that citizens of Brooklyn had always wanted a bridge There were just too many problems It would have to be long enough to span nearly 2500 feet from shore to shore and high enough for ships to sail under it It would have to survive the terrible East River winds while its base would have to withstand powerful currents eddies and seven and half foot ocean tides In that confusion and
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