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Wikipedia: The Hell Gate Bridge (originally the New York Connecting Railroad Bridge or The East River Arch Bridge) is a 1,017-foot steel arch railroad bridge between Astoria in the borough of Queens and Randall's and Ward's Islands in New York City, over a portion of the East River known as Hell Gate. The bridge is used by Amtrak and by some CSX, Canadian Pacific, Providence & Worcester Railroad, and New York and Atlantic freight trains. The bridge and structure are owned by Amtrak, part of its Washington, D.C. to Boston electrified main line known as the Northeast Corridor. Metro-North Railroad trains may one day run on the bridge. The bridge is also part of the New York Connecting Railroad, a rail line that links New York City and Long Island to the North American mainland. The Hell Gate Bridge runs parallel to the Queens span of the Triborough Bridge, which connects Queens, the Bronx, and Manhattan, and drivers can see the length of the bridge just east of the roadway. The great arch bridge is the largest of three bridges, along with more than 17,000 feet long of approach spans and viaducts, that form the Hell Gate complex. An inverted bowstring truss bridge with four 300-foot spans crosses the Little Hell Gate; and a 350-foot fixed truss bridge crosses the Bronx Kill (now narrowed by fill). This bridge was the inspiration for the Sydney Harbour Bridge in Sydney, Australia.

New York Connecting Railroad Bridge, Drivers Can See The Length Of The Bridge Just East Of The Roadway. Storm Clouds Settle In Above Hell Gate Bridge Rail Bridge Between Astoria And Randall's Island And Ward's Island Over East River
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Hell Gate Bridge Runs Parallel To The Queens Span Of The Robert F. Kennedy Bridge Many Trains Each Year Will Travel Over Hell Gate Bridge Hell Gate Bridge That Was Completed On September 30, 1916. Was The  Inspiration For The Sydney Harbor Bridge.
Looks Very Cold At The Hell Gate Bridge. Rushing Currents Under The Hell's Gate Bridge On A Sunny Day Hell Gate Bridge Over The East River, Opened On September 30, 1916
Hell Gate Bridge Is The Largest Of Three Bridges, Along With More Than 17,000 Feet A Bright Red Boat Floats Underneath Hell Gate Bridge Gritty Hell's Gate Bridge Shrouded In Fog
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