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Greyshot Arch

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Greyshot Arch is one of the most heavily trafficked arches of Central Park, carrying a steady flow of bikers, runners, rollerbladers, and carriages over the West Drive.

From the stone Greyshot Arch, made of gneiss, you can see the nearby cast-iron Pinebank Arch. The two arches exemplify the range of decorative designs that Calvert Vaux used in creating the arches and bridges of Central Park.

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Near: South End


West Side between 61st and 62nd Streets.

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