Boston Common Foot Bridge

Opened during June, 1867, this footbridge passes over the lagoon in Boston Public Garden, the city’s urban park.

When built, it was the world’s shortest functioning suspension bridge before being converted to a girder bridge in 1921.

It is an incredibly popular spot for photos, and about 10 minutes before this, the whole bridge was packed. When it suddenly (and temporarily) cleared out, we were stoked to have our own photo opp.

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