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Tilted walkway poses more of a problem than Gateway Bridge view

Artwork by Mark Wilson/For The Sunday Gazette
Artwork by Mark Wilson/For The Sunday Gazette
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You might imagine, at first glance, that the new Western Gateway Bridge between Schenetady and Scotia had been designed by a bunch of kids using old wooden blocks they found in the attic. Solid. Severe. Practically featureless. Flat, gray, unyielding — sort of like the inner walls of a maximum-security prison. Disappointed that there’s no river view? Maybe you can convince yourself that it’s not really a very scenic river upstream. (And anyway, they’re now ...


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