110th St. Bridge
One of a third wave of bridges that came to the Upper West Side of Central Park in the 1890s, the 110th Street Bridge carries traffic from Central Park West to the West Drive. It is constructed of gneiss in rockface ashlar, just as the 77th Street Stone Bridge (Eaglevale) and Claremont Arch to its south.
The bridge measures 102 feet long and 48 feet high, with its Tuscan arch 16 feet high and 21 feet wide.
West Side inside the park just east of the entrance at Frederic Douglass Circle.