On the George Washington Bridge Project: June 29, 2008
In which The Gay Recluse becomes increasingly obsessed with The George Washington Bridge.
Time/Date: June 28th, around 7:00pm.
Before the storm.
During the storm.
After the storm.
Othmar H. Ammann designed the bridge with a new theory at the time called deflection theory. This allowed him to increase the span length due to less weight and greatly reduce the cost of the bridge.
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