The Brooklyn Bridge spans the East river between Manhattan and Brooklyn.  When opened in 1883 it was the longest suspension bridge in the world.  Designed by John A. Roebling the span is 1595.5 feet long and the towers are 276.5 feet tall. The towers, roadway and anchorages are cast in pewter then mounted to an aluminum base. The suspension cables and vertical supports are brass wire soldered in place. The model stands 82mm or 3.25 inches tall and stretches 23 inches long. Available only in Pewter finish at this time.















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