Britannia Bridge was engulfed by fire on the evening of 23 May 1970 and suffered extensive structural damage. At the time a railway bridge, it was substantially rebuilt over the following ten years to carry both rail and road traffic over the Menai Strait.
A bronze statue of the late Duke Kahanamoku with a surfboard stands at the corner of Main Street and Pacific Coast Highway in downtown Huntington Beach, California. A plaque acknowledges his connection with surfing in Huntington Beach.
A concrete statue of Lord Horatio Nelson stands on the Menai Strait shoreline near Britannia Bridge. It was sculpted by Admiral Lord Clarence Paget and unveiled in 1873. It is not to be confused with the statue of Paget’s father, the 1st Marquess of Anglesey, mounted on a high column half a mile inland.
The highest peak in Alberta is Mount Columbia, with an elevation of 3,747 metres (or 12,293 feet). It sits on the border of Alberta and British Columbia and its peak lies within Jasper National Park in Alberta.
Yankee Stadium is a 10-minute walk from MTA Metro-North’s Yankees-East 153rd Street station on the Hudson line running between Poughkeepsie and Grand Central Terminal in Manhattan. On game days the station is also served by the Harlem and New Haven lines, and frequent shuttles run between the station, Harlem-125th Street station, and Grand Central.
Pedestrians can cross the Golden Gate Bridge on the East Sidewalk, which faces San Francisco, from 5 am daily until 9 pm during Daylight Savings Time and 6:30 pm during Pacific Standard Time. Dogs are not allowed on the bridge, except for service dogs.
The Liberty Bell is on display at the Liberty Bell Center just across from Independence Hall in Independence National Historical Park in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
Originally placed in the steeple of the Pennsylvania State House (now renamed Independence Hall) in 1753, the it has traveled considerable distances in its lifetime, including trips to various exhibitions end events across the US between 1885 and 1915.
The bell was moved permanently in 2003 to the purpose-built Liberty Bell Center where it hangs from what is thought to be its original American elm yoke.