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The seven bridges that cross the St. Johns River within Jacksonville are perhaps the city’s most notable infrastructural feature.

The three most iconic ones – the Main Street Bridge, Hart Bridge, and Mathews Bridge – feature distinct hues that add a pop of color to the Jacksonville skyline.

The Main Street Bridge is prominently featured in shots of the city skyline, and was even present on the cover of our very first issue. The Dames Point Bridge is one of the longest of its kind in the world.

The Buckman… sucks, but they can’t all be winners.

Below, check out some of our favorite shots of our city’s seven bridges – as well as links to our individual articles about each of them.

MAIN STREET BRIDGE Main St Bridge Main Street Bridge in Jacksonville, FLFriendship Fountain, Jacksonville, FL

HART BRIDGE

Hart Bridge in Jacksonville, FL

MATHEWS BRIDGE

Mathews Bridge in Jacksonville, FL

ACOSTA BRIDGEAcosta Bridge in Jacksonville, FL Acosta Bridge in Jacksonville, FL

FULLER WARREN BRIDGE

Fuller Warren Bridge in Jacksonville, FL

BUCKMAN BRIDGE

    Buckman Bridge, Jacksonville, FL

    DAMES POINT BRIDGE

    Dames Point Bridge in jacksonville, FL

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