Greenpoint, October, 2015

Thursday, October 9, 2014

Jurassic Parkway

Coming through Williamsburg, headed west on the BQE, I'm nearly always in the far left lane. So, it would be hard not to notice that something was different about one of the Jersey barriers.
What could account for this? Something very heavy falling on it? Or something huge taking a big bite out of it? Just be glad you were't there when it happened, whatever "it" was.

(The Jersey barrier gets its name from the site of its design, Steven Institute of Technology, in Hoboken, in the 1950s. It has saved countless lives--the penicillin of the highway.)

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