A Hunter Student jamming on the drums at the Jazz Ensemble Concert following the QBB Parade in Pavilion Park.
A nice crowd gathers to watch Hunter College’s Jazz Ensemble.
Another nice shot of the Pavilion Park crowd.
Big pipes for a pretty big bridge, a Tuba player tooting his horn in honor of the QBB’s 100th birthday.
A nice shot of the Jazz Ensemble on a beautiful sunny day in Pavilion Park.
A collage of the Queensboro Bridge by Artist John Morse.
NYC BCC President introducing distinguished guests at our QBB fundraiser less than three weeks before QBB Centennial Week.
MTA CEO Lee Sander showing his support for our infrastructure.
MTA CEO Lee Sander and NYC DOT Commissioner Janette Sadik-Khan talk trains, peds, bikes and automobiles and last but not least, the Queensboro Bridge.
NYC DOT Chief Bridge Officer and Deputy Commissioner Henry Perahia, NYC BCC President Sam Schwartz and Manhattan Borough Historian Michael Miscione come together for a group photo after their lecture on the Queensboro Bridge.
Dave Frieder, Bridge Climber and expert, Judy Berdy and Bob Singleton of the Roosevelt Island Historical Society and Richard Melnick, Greater Astoria Society, come together after their lecture on the Queensboro Bridge.
Henry Perahia answering a question pertaining to on-going construction projects on his bridge.
Our three speakers take questions from the audience with moderator and Commission co-founder Barry Schneider looking on.
J. Ward Regan, Professor at NYU, enlightens the crowd at the Mt. Vernon Museum, as part of Queensboro Bridge Centennial Week!
To celebrate the Queensboro Bridge Centennial, Borough President Stringer displayed a month long photo exhibit of historic photos, thanks to the Municipal Archives. Pictured here are guests at the reception during Queensboro bridge week.
NYC BCC Director of Community Affairs Joshua A. Knoller served as moderator for the reception.
NYC BCC President Sam Schwartz once again showcases that it was more expensive to cross the Queensboro Bridge back in 1909.
Visiting the Trolley Barn beneath the Queensboro Bridge. Trolleys traversed the Bridge until the mid-1950s.
Commission co-founder Judy Schneider and Manager Laura Kujo of the Transit Museum Education Program in the Trolley Barn.
Roosevelt Island Historian Judy Berdy addressing tour guests
The former Strecker Memorial Laboratory, a city Landmark, and currently an MTA substation.
Bernie Ente, official photographer for NYC BCC, kicks things off as he explains the itinerary for the cruise to the QBB.
Dave Frieder (center), renowned bridge climber and expert, talks about his times a top the QBB, a perspective only a few of us have experienced.
A beautiful shot of our infrastructure.
Pepsi sign in Queens.
There’s our baby, the Queensboro Bridge.
A brief pause as guests enjoy the underside of the Queensboro Bridge.
South view of the Queensboro Bridge.
The school children of P.S. 59, TD Bank and the NYC Bridge Centennial Commission come together to celebrate the QBB centennial.
The work of P.S. 59’s second graders proudly on display at TD Bank on Third Ave. and 64th St.
The writings on the wall, a take on what the Queensboro Bridge means to our city’s school children.
The kids gather to learn more about bridges at TD Bank.
NYC BCC President Sam Schwartz tests the school children to see how much they know about bridges, especially the birthday one!