Wednesday, April 7, 2010
Dalehead Arch - Central Park
Dalehead Arch - Central Park, April 7, 2010
Rob Hickman, Keith Nelson, John Jessmon , Andy Peterson, John Wyffels
The east and south parts of Central Park were the first to be opened, and they are also the parts of the park where bridges and arches are most numerous.
Location: takes West Drive over bridle path near West 64th St. Built: 1860-1862 by Vaux. Made of sandstone and brownstone.
Featuring quatrefoil cutouts on the balustrades, Dalehead looks much the way it did when first opened over 140 years ago.