Longfellow Bridge, Boston MAby LudaNayvelt
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Longfellow Bridge, Boston MA, USA
In 1898 the Cambridge Bridge Commission was created to construct "a new bridge across Charles River, to be known as Cambridge Bridge, at, upon, or near the site of the so-called West Boston Bridge…
The Cambridge Bridge was renamed as the Longfellow Bridge in 1927 by the Massachusetts General Court to honor Henry Wadsworth Longfellow, who had written about the predecessor West Boston Bridge in his 1845 poem “The Bridge”.
The Longfellow Bridge, also known to locals as the “Salt-and-Pepper Bridge” or the “Salt-and-Pepper-Shaker Bridge” due to the shape of its central towers, carries Route 3 and the Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority’s Red Line across the Charles River to connect Boston’s Beacon Hill neighborhood with the Kendall Square area of Cambridge, Massachusetts