List of arches and bridges in Central Park
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This is a list of arches and bridges in Central Park.
- 110th Street Arch
- Claremont Arch
- Dalehead Arch
- Denesmouth Arch
- Driprock Arch
- Dipway Arch abutments. Inner passageway is lined with red brick and divided into blind arcades of seven arches, each with a granite keystone. Located just through the "Artisans’ Gate", at Central Park South and Seventh Avenue. – Has curved granite detail along the
- Eaglevale Arch
- Glade Arch
- Glen Span Arch
- Greengap Arch
- Greyshot Arch
- Greywacke Arch
- Huddlestone Arch
- Inscope Arch
- Mountcliff Arch
- Playmates Arch
- Ramble Arch
- Springbanks Arch
- Trefoil Arch
- Willowdell Arch
- Winterdale Arch
- Balcony Bridge
- Bow Bridge – The bridge crosses The Lake, and is decorated with an interlocking circles banister, with eight planting urns on top of decorative bas-relief panels. Intricate arabesque elements and volutes can be seen underneath the span arch. The bridge was designed by Calvert Vaux and Jacob Wrey Mould, and completed in 1862. At 87 feet, it is the longest bridge in the park.
- Eagle Vale Bridge also called West 74th Street Arch
- Gapstow Bridge schist bridge crossing The Pond, its first iteration was designed by Jacob Wrey Mould in 1874. The bridge was a wooden bridge with intricate cast iron railings. Due to excessive tear and wear, it was replaced by the present simple stone structure in 1896, by Howard & Caudwell. Gapstow stands 12 feet high, spans 44 feet of water, and stretches 76 feet in its full length. – A
- Glen Span Bridge
- Gothic Bridge
- Bank Rock Bridge, Oak Bridge or Cabinet Bridge
- Pine Bank Bridge
- Reservoir Bridge (East 85th Street) #24
- Reservoir Bridge (West 94th Street) #27
- Terrace Bridge
- New York Focus - Central Park 2009
- Bow Bridge Central Park Conservancy
- "The Official Website of Central Park – Gapstow Bridge". Centralparknyc.org. Retrieved 2012-10-02.
- "Gapstow Bridge". Centralpark.com. Retrieved 2012-10-02.
- "Restore Arches". Central Park Arch Project. Retrieved 22 July 2015.
- "Bridges of Central Park, Lost Bridges". Greensward Foundation. Retrieved 26 July 2015.
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