WHERE AM I?

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I’m at one of a series of bridges called the Duncomb Arches. But where are they?





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16 Responses to WHERE AM I?

  1. Brian Kaplan says:

    Bronx River Parkway?

  2. Gail says:

    Such a familiar looking bridge, but I’ve never heard of the Duncomb arches. I’ll take a guess at Central Park, but also believe I’ve seen similar bridges as a child while going through the Bronx with my family in the Pelham Bay area.

  3. Jim says:

    Prospect Park?

  4. Tal Barzilai says:

    It looks like Central Park, but I am just throwing a wild guess here.

  5. chris says:

    Wild guess, looks like it is in Forest Park along the Jackie Robinson Parkway

  6. Allan Youngstein says:

    Looks like the Bronx River Parkway just north of Allerton Ave.

  7. John says:

    My guess matches chris’ guess….I’m going to say Forest Park, along the bridle path as it passes under the Interboro/Jackie Robinson

  8. Beverly says:

    This has to be the along Bronx River.

  9. Tal Barzilai says:

    That image was a tricky one, and I only thought of Central Park because that’s the only thing that comes to my mind when I saw that image.

  10. chris says:

    I dont know where but they always smell like wee-wee in the summer time

  11. Steve F says:

    You’ll pass beneath 2 more as you travel west on Shore Road (66th st) from 4th Ave in Brooklyn, eventually entering the Belt Parkway.

  12. J Remey says:

    Although they vary in height & length if my memory serves me correctly,(been away from N.Y. since `72,) they dot all the major Parkways.

  13. Dr. A. L. Lepere says:

    Part of the L.I.M.P.(Long Island Motor Parkway)???

  14. jon says:

    looks like somewhere in the bronx

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