A Park Atop the Continental Bridge
Dallas likes to build parks in new and interesting places. A few years ago the city built the popular Klyde Warren Park over Woodall Rodgers Freeway. Then in 2014, the city built a park atop the old Continental Bridge, giving us a great view of the new Margaret Hunt Hill Bridge and the downtown Dallas skyline. One sunny winter day, I went out onto the bridge and snapped these photos.
A Mini Bouldering Gym
Great Bridge Views
Great Skyline View
The Continental Bridge is not nearly as crowded as Klyde Warren Park. Klyde Warren has a more convenient location, with grass and cafes and a large endowment from billionaire Kelcy Warren. But while the Continental Bridge park may not be popular, it’s a great place to get some nice pictures. I want to go again soon, and snap some photos of the Trinity River flooding up to the levees. I’m interested how the development of the Trinity floodway will affect the future of this little park.
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