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Bronx Park

Allerton Avenue Bridge Plaques

  • Location: East of main entrance to Botanical Gardens
  • Description: Two plaques on either side of road
  • Materials: Bronze
  • Dimensions: H: 1'8" x W: 2'6"
  • Cast: ca. 1905
  • Dedicated: 1905
  • Inscription: HENRY C. SCHRAEDER / COMMISSIONER OF PARKS / BOROUGH OF BRONX / MARTIN SCHENK / CHIEF ENGINEER / JOHN R. BRINLEY / ARCHITECT AND ENGINEER / M.J. LEAHY / CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER / 1905 /

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Work is taking place on the Bronx River at East 182nd street in Bronx Park to install a specially-built passage to help fish swim upstream. The passage will establish a sustainable herring population on the river by providing access to freshwater spawning habitat. The project will also include a canoe portage, reconstruction of parts of the dam, fencing, a new picnic area and restoration of the surrounding ecosystem.
Anticipated Completion: Fall 2014

Bronx Park Weather

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    21°F
  • Sun
    Slight Chc Snow
    32°F
  • Mon
    Wintry Mix
    27°F
  • Tue
    Cold
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