Tours, Trails & Group Rides

Urban Stone

From this side, in late fall (or, if you prefer, early winter) this bridge resembles an abandoned industrial site more than anything else.

Keeping stonework clean in a city is a never-ending job, and a costly one.  Skirmishes are won here and there, but it’s a long war.

2 replies on “Urban Stone”

Lovely! Living in a city of draw bridges, I can really appreciate the stone arches. We have a few, but they are outnumbered.

Draw bridges are marvelous, too, though perhaps a bit more for their mechanics than the designs themselves. (Eagerly awaiting word of your Brompton’s arrival, here, Seattle — it must be soon!?)

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