New York City’s Brooklyn Bridge is a hybrid cable-stayed suspension bridge that uses suspension cables and also diagonal cables from both towers to provide additional stiffening.
Completed in 1883 to a design by John A. Roebling, the Brooklyn Bridge was the first bridge to use suspension cables made from steel wire.
The bridge crosses the East River between Manhattan and Brooklyn.
In the 1994 movie Forest Gump, the title character, played by actor Tom Hanks, completes his cross-country run on the runway of Marshall Point Lighthouse in Port Clyde, Maine.
The lighthouse sits on the southernmost point of the St George peninsula in Mid-Coast Maine.
The lighthouse’s museum, open from July to mid-October features exhibits relating to the filming of the movie in 1993.
Manhattan’s Empire State Building is 1,454 feet (or 443 meters ) high to the tip of its rooftop antenna.
The 102-story skyscraper has an architectural height of 1,250 feet (or 381 meters).
From its completion in 1931, it was the tallest building in the world, until 1970 when it was overtaken by the World Trade Center towers.
The Hank Williams Museum is located on Commerce Street at Bibb Street in downtown Montgomery, Alabama.
The museum is dedicated to the popular American singer-songwriter and musician, who died in 1953, aged 29
At its center, the height of the Golden Gate Bridge from the water to the underside of the bridge deck averages 220 feet (or 67 meters) at high tide, increasing to 225 feet (or 68.5 meters) at low tide.
The bridge towers stand 746 feet (or 227 meters) above the water and 500 feet (152 meters) above the road deck.