Black and white image of two bridges across what is presumably the Black River in New York. The perspective enables viewers to look through both bridges as if they were about to cross them. The foreground of the image is mostly a dirt road or path to the bridges. There are utility poles and houses on the far side of the bridge and the scene feels a bit industrial.
Postal data: unmarked, unposted (PLACE STAMP HERE DOMESTIC ONE CENT FOREIGN TWO CENTS) printed inside stamp box; Postcard type: divided back [solid line]; Printing information: card number (No. 8) [indicated on back side only]; Logo (Post Card) in stylized lettering; Additional information: (MESSAGE) (ADDRESS) in stylized lettering; Written notes: [on back of card] (BLACK RIVER, N.Y.)(June 4 1910); No message; No addressee.