National Geographic : 1936 Sep
o ©Donald McLeish LITTORIO BRIDGE CONNECTS VENICE WITH THE HAZY MAINLAND, TWO AND AHALF MILES DISTANT The wide, new structure, curving out from Venice, parallels the older railway trestle. Trackless trolleys ply backand forth on the bridge, which has special lanes for cyclists and pedestrians. Motorists arriving from the mainland park their cars in an enormous new garage in the city'soutskirts and gointo town bygondola, small steamer, or the more expensive gasoline speedboats, Venetian substitutes for street cars and busses. Dotting the shallow lagoon are numerous islands like the one near the bridge.