North Tonawanda, NY
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I used to jump off the cement counter weight in 55-57,hitting the water was a blast.
we used to hide underneath the tracks on the nt side and feel the vibration from the train underneath, pretty fun as a kid growing up in nt
Local Makes Good
This is known as The Bascule Bridge. It never opened because there were lower fixed bridges on either side of it. Duh! (Enter Polish jokes here.)
This is the train bridge over the Canal. It's at Sweeney Street and Oliver Streets. The concrete is on the North Taonawanda side of the bridge. The other side of the bridge is in Tonawanda. I'm surprised it's still there and still in use.