By Business Insider StaffA New York bridge that once looked like a giant bridge is now a giant hole in the ground.
As of today, the bridge is still standing but is now called the Gateway Community College.
The bridge was built in 1960 as a replacement for the World War II-era World Trade Bridge, which was closed in the aftermath of the 9/11 attacks.
It was supposed to connect the two major cities of Manhattan and Brooklyn.
The bridge opened in 1962, but the collapse in September 2001 destroyed it.
The bridge was designed to hold the 2,000 students of Gateway Community Community College, but due to the collapse, students left in the summer of 2002 were sent to an alternative campus.
The Gateway Community college is now the Gateway Gateway Community Learning Center.
The new facility, known as Gateway Community University, is a new school for Gateway Community colleges, which is located on the other side of the Hudson River in Woodland.
The college is also home to the Gateway community college campus, Gateway Community Science and Technology and Gateway Community Engineering.
While it was originally supposed to be an alternative college, the college has now been expanded to offer programs that are not available to the traditional students of the New Jersey community college system.
According to the College Board, the Gateway campus opened in 2016 and has seen a 20% increase in enrollment over last year.
Gateway Community College is located in Woodlands, New Jersey, and is located across the Hudson from New York.
It is located just a few miles from the World Financial Center, the site of the September 11 attacks.
You can see more photos from the demolition of the old bridge here: