Bridge, Buggy & Byway: Thaddeus Kosciusko Bridge

Refer to various posts on Bridges, Buggies and Boardwalks (includes Railway Lines) that I come across during my hikes and travels.

Prologue: Here is a fun series showcasing unique or interesting bridges; charming vehicles that I pictured with; boardwalks that I came across during my hikes or jaunts; and railway lines giving a perfect backdrop for my photoshoots.

This is also called as The Twin Bridges or The Twins, is a pair of identical arches of steel on the Mohawk River between Albany and Saratoga counties in New York State. Opened in 1959 this is named in honor of Polish military leader Tadeusz Kościuszko, who fought alongside the Americans in the American Revolutionary War. The light dusting of snow gave it a beautiful look.

This is the second bridge in New York State to be named after this hero – the Kosciuszko Bridge over Newtown Creek in New York City is the other one.

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