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Looking at the Roebling suspension bridge from The Banks in Cincinnati, Ohio
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February 9, 2013 3:59 pm Looking at the Roebling Suspension bridge into Kentucky. Opened in 1867, the bridge can be seen  from Banks Entertainment district in Cincinnati. After years of delays, the first of the planned restaurants, condos and parks were opened in the summer of 2012, with much more to come.

Copyright: Gregory arnst
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Uploaded: 10/02/2013
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Tags: cincinnati; roebling suspension bridge; northern kentucky; ohio river
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