For reasons that have nothing to do with engineering judgement, the west (right) end of the Mid-Hudson Bridge terminates at a cliff with the road in a monster cut turning abruptly to the right and ramping up to the toll plaza. It’s still a pretty span…
Hudson River at Poughkeepsie
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