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Serpentine Wall and the Purple People Bridge in Cincinnati, Ohio
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February 9, 4:26pm This was a quiet day on Cincinnati's Riverfront. On many weekends, escpecially Labor day weekend, this area is packed. This was on a warm Thanksgiving day, when most people were at the mall.


Notice the tree straddling 2 of the ice-breakers on the river. It's been there since the last flooding occured in February 2012.

There were reports that the owner of the Purple People bridge wants to convert into a hotel, but I doubt this will ever happen. I think it's more like the building of the ficticious Plummet Mall in the 80's.

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Copyright: Gregory Arnst
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Uploaded: 10/02/2013
Updated: 14/10/2014
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Tags: cincinnati; northern kentucky; ohio river; serpentine wall; purple people bridge
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