This photograph of the Brooklyn Bridge, which connects Manhattan and Brooklyn in New York City, was taken in the late 1890s. Construction began in 1870 and was completed in 1883. On the first day alone, almost 2,000 vehicles (horse-drawn, of course) and 150,000 pedestrians crossed the bridge. Today, it is still an important crossing and carries six lanes of traffic over the East River.
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