Bridge Street Beams
Unlike the Hudson, the Passaic River is a relatively narrow waterway thru most of its 80-mile meandering course. Even the longest bridge across it, a span of the Pulaski Skyway, is only 1,250 feet long. So there's no need of the grand, and beautiful, suspension bridges that grace other parts of the New York-New Jersey metropolitan area.
Instead, truss bridges abound around here. They are visually untidy, but to be inside one is a spatial experience worth noting. Here is a view from inside the Bridge Street bridge between Newark and Harrison, looking toward the southern portion of Downtown.