List of all Event Photo Galleries
Yards/Teague Connector Bridge Sunny Day Reshoot,
November 25, 2011
At the Yards Park entrance to the bridge, looking westward. Nationals Park is at far right.
The water side of the bridge, as seen from the Yards Park.
One of the bridge's benches, looking at the Anacostia River and the Frederick Douglass/South Capitol Street Bridge.
DC Water's historic Main Pumping Station, built in 1905 and still operating.
At the crest of the bridge, now sloping downward toward Teague Park and Nationals Park.
Probably best to keep your focus to your left/south as you complete the bridge's path to Teague Park. (This is what you see on the north side, which is part of the DC Water operations
on the bridge's north side, with Nationals Park peeking out from behind.)
Arriving at Teague Park. The concrete plant directly ahead is currently being demolished, and eventually the huge Riverfront on the Anacostia
development will rise on that location, and the Riverwalk will continue to South Capitol Street and beyond.
Nationals Park as seen from the Teague boardwalk. The red sign marks where the stadium's Grand Staircase brings visitors to the First Base Gate, easily accessed from this park just across Potomac Avenue.
Now turning back at Diamond Teague toward the Yards Park.
But first, looking at the bridge's south side, and the expanse of the Riverwalk's stretch along the Anacostia shoreline, including the Navy Yard in the distance. (The Display Ship Barry is hidden behind the tree branch at upper right.)
Again, best to look to the river side of the bridge most of the time, and not the shore. (DC Water buildings
Benches with lovely views of the river, the Display Ship Barry, and Poplar Point.
DC Water's informational signs. You can also see the Foundry Lofts
Arriving back at the Yards Park, and looking at the waterfront from the Yards to the Navy Yard.