Technically speaking, The Bronx-Manhattan High Bridge is the oldest in the City, dating back to 1848. It was built 35 years before the Brooklyn Bridge, but portions of it have been replaced whereas the Brooklyn Bridge is mostly original.
High Bridge is also the most recently opened bridge — ok… reopened bridge — with pedestrian crossings allowed last summer after decades of “construction.”
In this 360° photo, take a look at the view from the middle of the bridge. Be sure to click through to the full photo for the 360° experience.
via Google Photos