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Greyshot Arch

Greyshot Arch
Greyshot Arch by raccettura

Greyshot Arch, popular with bikers and runners, was built by Vaux in 1860. The arch is made of white-gray gneiss, while its balustrade has been crafted from New Brunswick sandstone and decorated with fleur-de-lis carvings. One of the most frequently used arches in Central Park, this arch is 80 feet long and ten feet high.

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Greyshot Arch is located near Merchant's Gate, between 61st and 62nd Streets.

— Jesse M. Wheeler

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