|US 9 guide sign mentioning the weight limit of the bridge. Judging by what I saw from the bridge, that may be pushing it.
|Looking southbound on the bridge. There are also a number of ads that dot the landscape of the bridge. I wonder how much one of the ads costs.
|A jersey barrier serves as a blockade to most traffic at the south end of the bridge.
|More space for advertisements.
|A view looking north into Atlantic County.
|The toll booth for the Beesley's Point Bridge is in the middle of the bridge. The car you see is likely owned the bridge tender. Seems that the company that owns the bridge is still employing bridge tenders while the bridge is closed.
|The Beesley's Point Bridge is pretty close to the span for the Garden State Parkway. That's Ocean City, NJ, in the distance.
|As the Beesley's Point Bridge is a private bridge, the State of New Jersey is not in charge of maintaining it. The changeover is marked here.
|A hole in the pavement.
|Another hole in the pavement. Hello, water!
|There is a power plant nearby along the southern shores of Great Egg Harbor. The curbs for the bridge are made of wood.
|Signage listing the toll schedule for the Beesley's Point Bridge. If a passenger car were to take the nearby Garden State Parkway, only a 35 cent toll would be levied.
|A old sign photo taken by Alex Nitzman of AARoads, taken in June 1997.