A couple kisses on the old north end bridge connecting the north end to the Seaport District. Sadly, the bridge in this photo has been closed due to safety. It was built in 1907 and use to have trains cross over the channel. The rusted bridge was off Atlantic Ave and a great spot for engagement photos! While the bridge is now closed, There are plans to rebuild the walking bridge over the Four Point Channel, and the new design is absolutely beautiful. It will allow for new unique view of the city and bus and bike traffic to cross over the channel.
The north end was settled in the 17th Century and is Boston's oldest residential areas. In today's world, the North End is known for its amazing Italian Eataries and is known as "Little Italy" to the locals. The North end is almost nearly comprised of two main thorough fares, Salem Street and Hanover Street. These two streets house some of the best places to eat and grab dessert. To the tourists, Mike's Pastries is a hot spot to hit. Food is not the only draw to the north end. While you can get a great Italian pastry you can also stroll along the Boston Waterfront with views of Logan airport and the U.S.S Constitution. The oldest commissioned war ship in the world. She was built in the 1700 under the direction of our First US President George Washington. She was used in war and as a shipping vessel before being rehabbed in dry dock and then put back out as a historic Museum.
With the rich history, the North End makes a great spot for Engagement Sessions. You can find spots in hidden alleys or right on the waterfront to make your engagement photos rock!
Location: boston, massachusetts.
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