The Marsh Discovery Trail allows people to enjoy the famous New Jersey Meadowlands. Traversing Kingsland Creek, a tidal estuary of the Hackensack River, this floating dock takes visitors over the water and through the tall reeds and other wetland vegetation. This photo was taken in Lyndhurst, New Jersey, Bergen County, USA.
Frank "Blue Eyes" Sinatra poses for a mug shot after being arrested and charged with "carrying on with a married woman" in Bergen County, New Jersey in 1938. Photo by Michael Ochs Archives | mugshot | famous | outlaw | rebel | innocent | police | law | www.republicofyou.com.au
Palisades Amusement Park was an amusement park located in Bergen County, New Jersey, across the Hudson River from New York City. It was situated atop the New Jersey Palisades lying partly in Cliffside Park and partly in Fort Lee. The park operated from 1898 until 1971, remaining one of the most visited amusement parks in the country near the end of its existence.
Set of Four Turned Slat-back Rush Seat Side Chairs, probably Bergen County, New Jersey, late 18th century, the turned finials continuing to ring-turned stiles joining three shaped slats, the double vase- and ring-turned front stretchers joining ring-turned frontal legs ending in turned feet, old refinish, ht. 39, seat ht. 16 1/2 in. Estimate $600-800| Skinner Auctioneers
Walk across the George Washington Bridge – and back The views of New York City and the Palisades in New Jersey are spectacular – and be sure to look up at the 570-foot steel towers. Park south of the bridge on Hudson Terrace, the street perpendicular to the bridge, then walk to the entrance ramp of the south sidewalk, which is also on Hudson Terrace in Fort Lee
The George Washington Bridge (GWB) crosses Hudson River connecting Fort Lee in Bergen County, New Jersey and Washington Heights, Manhattan in New York City Designer: Othmar Ammann, Cass Gilbert Design: Double-decked Suspension bridge, Material: Steel, Construction: 1927-1931, Total length 4,760 ft (1,450 m) Width 119 ft (36 m) Height 604 ft (184 m) Longest span 3,500 ft (1,100 m)