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You stand on a piece of history - long ago forgotten by everyone, since it's not taught in school, but, once you get there and SEE it, it's pretty humbling. Views of downtown Panama City, and the canal. to KNOW that you're on a hwy...More
Original bridge over the Canal. Recently repainted, but needs closing for restoration and rehabilitation. Traffic is insane. Don't think about trying to cross on foot or something having less than a 125 cc motor. Truly is dangerous for pedestrian or pedal traffic. Take a photo...More
This is a structure I first saw in 1971 when I was stationed at Howard AFB. The Canal Zone college was located right under the bridge in a structure that once housed the bridge construction workers. It’s original name was the “Thacher Ferry Bridge” but...More
The bridge crosses the Panama Canal at it's opening to the Pacific Ocean. It is high enough to allow shipping that passes through the canal to pass underneath. When crossing towards Panama City you get a great view of Amador, the Biodiversity Museum and any...More
It has a beginning & an end. You can drive over it and it doesn't collapse. It's a bridge, no more or less beautiful than other bridges you've cross in your lifetime. No need to visit it unless you have to drive on it.