andrewmeyerson Did you know that the Brooklyn Bridge doubled as a wine cellar? After the bridge was completed, the city rented out spaces in each granite anchorage to help pay off the debt. The consistent 60F/15C temperature made it an ideal place to store wine. (This is the last of my Brooklyn Bridge series. Thanks for viewing!) 2w

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andrewmeyerson The Brooklyn Bridge was the first steel-wire suspension bridge ever built and at the time of its completion in 1883, it was the longest bridge in the world. 3w

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andrewmeyerson Overcast day on the Brooklyn Bridge #nyc 3w

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andrewmeyerson Donate a coat this winter at any Burlington store and recieve a 10% coupon off your entire purchase. #CoatNotes 4w

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andrewmeyerson "What interests me is the opportunity for all of us to become something different from what we are, by constructing spaces that contribute something to the experience of who we are." - Richard Serra, on his "Torqued Ellipses" installation at Dia. 4w

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andrewmeyerson The Dia museum in Beacon is housed in a beautifully restored Nabisco box factory and the building itself is just as impressive as the art housed within. Go check it out. 2mon

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