Do both the Williamsburg and Queensboro bridges have pedestrian walkways? I'm going to New York City tomorrow and will be leaving sometime Monday afternoon. I will be staying in Midtown Manhattan. Since I will have my dog with me and dogs are not allowed on the subways, I'm planning on doing some "fly-by" railfanning (photographing/videotaping passing trains) and I'm hoping I could walk across Queensboro Bridge to Queensboro Plaza and/or Williamsburg Bridge to photograph trains on the bridge as well as on the elevated structure on Broadway in Brooklyn. Also, is the neighborhood on the Brooklyn side of Williamsburg Bridge safe? I may walk down as far as Marcy Ave. or even Hewes St., depending on the distance and of coarse, the neighborhood. Since I'll have my dog with me, I'll feel somewhat safer than if I was completely alone. Lol. Anyway, thanks for any info.
You take the midnight subway train...You're calling all the shots...You're struck by lightning...You're in love. RATT, 1985