Greyshot Arch

Greyshot Arch, with its delicate carved railings, carries a steady stream of bicyclists, runners, rollerbladers, and carriages over the West Drive.

This gray-white bridge, at the southern end of Central Park, is one of the Park's most heavily trafficked arches.

Greyshot Arch was designed by Calvert Vaux using a type of stone called gneiss. From the bridge you can spot the nearby cast-iron Pinebank Arch.