Stone Arch Bridge in Minneapolis Downtown

Stone Arch Bridge in Minneapolis Downtown

Minneapolis downtown has its famous Stone Arch Bridge, which was a former railroad bridge over the Mississippi River. Built in 1883, this bridge is made of stone and consists of 21 arches . Today this bridge is used as a pedestrian and bike bridge, and provides a panoramic view of Minneapolis skyline and Mississippi river.

This post is part of this week’s challenge: Pedestrian.

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10 Responses to Stone Arch Bridge in Minneapolis Downtown

  1. Chris Karas says:

    Love that spot in Minneapolis. Once again, phenomenally wonderful photo!

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  3. Beautiful image. The bridge appears to get plenty of use too!

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  4. arv! says:

    Love the colours in this picture

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  6. Helen C says:

    Beautiful photo, Suyash. You found a great day/time to shoot the photo. I love those colorful clouds.
    I don’t think I have walked on that bridge before. Hmm… another one added to my list. Thanks 😉
    Have a wonderful evening.

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    • Thanks Helen. I went there a couple of months back around evening time and found perfect clouds and sunset. I am glad I was there that day.
      I had been there several times and it’s an amazing place to soak in the downtown skyline and the big river, and the panoramic views.
      Have a great Sunday today!

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