A tribute to LA’s iconic 6th Street Bridge

Shame that it’s being torn down, but cool to see this supercut of some of the bridge’s innumerable cinematic moments:

The 6th Street Bridge was built in 1932 and is currently the longest bridge (3500 feet) in Los Angeles. On January 27, 2016 it closed down and will be demolished in the upcoming weeks. The concrete has become unstable and for safety’s sake it must be rebuilt. The 6th Street Bridge has been an iconic staple in Los Angeles motion picture history and has been used in hundreds of productions.

[Vimeo]

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