Little Bay Park

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hanging with @carcommunity on our way to @charlieschopshop for the 2018 toys for tots
@francostoys
Little Bay Park

hanging with @carcommunity on our way to @charlieschopshop for the 2018 toys for tots

Just a couple GTRs having a BBQ๐Ÿ”ฅ๐Ÿคท๐Ÿฝโ€โ™‚๏ธ
@tavejm
Little Bay Park

Just a couple GTRs having a BBQ๐Ÿ”ฅ๐Ÿคท๐Ÿฝโ€โ™‚๏ธ

Letโ€™s go... Wedding time yay; I love weddings. #weddingguest
@ginatapiastylist
Little Bay Park

Letโ€™s go... Wedding time yay; I love weddings. #weddingguest

The sun sets over the entrance to the Throgs Neck Bridge. The building of the Throgs Neck was planned and managed by Robert Moses and designed by Othmar Ammann (the man behind the George Washington, Bronx-Whitestone, Verrazano and Triborough Bridgs). In order to provide clearance for large ocean-going vessels, Ammann added long, curved approaches to raise the span well above the low-lying shores of Bay Terrace and Throgs Neck before arching up over the water. The span is 1,800 feet long, with an anchorage to anchorage total length of 2910 feet. The bridge officially opened for traffic on January 11th, 1961. Later in the 20th century, the area underneath the Queens approaches, where this photo was shot, became known as Little Bay Park. 
Little Bay Park, Queens, New York
January 2018

Photo by @Sidliciousicious
@ayearinthesound
Little Bay Park

The sun sets over the entrance to the Throgs Neck Bridge. The building of the Throgs Neck was planned and managed by Robert Moses and designed by Othmar Ammann (the man behind the George Washington, Bronx-Whitestone, Verrazano and Triborough Bridgs). In order to provide clearance for large ocean-going vessels, Ammann added long, curved approaches to raise the span well above the low-lying shores of Bay Terrace and Throgs Neck before arching up over the water. The span is 1,800 feet long, with an anchorage to anchorage total length of 2910 feet. The bridge officially opened for traffic on January 11th, 1961. Later in the 20th century, the area underneath the Queens approaches, where this photo was shot, became known as Little Bay Park. Little Bay Park, Queens, New York January 2018 Photo by @Sidliciousicious

living his best life ๐Ÿ’œ
@vonnnnyyyy
Little Bay Park

living his best life ๐Ÿ’œ

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