Brooklyn Bridge- First bridge made of steel cables
Brooklyn Bridge Brooklyn Bridge is a suspension bridge that runs across over the East River in New York City.
It was built in 1883. It it was the very first bridge constructed to make use of steel cables.
When it was completed finalization it stood as the longest suspension bridge in the world.
The bridge was developed in the hands of John Augustus Roebling, but the bridge was destroyed during construction. the son of his, Washington Roebling, took the bridge.
during construction, but was not able to supervise the construction work throughout the duration of the project.
The bridge was originally built to accommodate both horse-drawn and pedestrian carriages.
Its arches in Gothic style as well as beautiful towers make it an extremely popular tourist attraction.
Brooklyn Bridge Brooklyn Bridge is featured in numerous TV and film shows as well as books.