Local NewsPhoto & VideoPhotography Pedestrian contrail at Museum of Flight Originally published February 3, 2016 at 7:54 pmUpdated February 4, 2016 at 12:07 pm Pedestrians cross a Museum of Flight’s bridge recently. The pedestrian bridge, which was built in 2008, spans 140 feet across East Marginal Way South in Seattle with an overall length of 340 feet. The bridge was made with two miles of steel tubing. Design of the bridge, named the T. Evans Wyckoff Memorial Bridge, was inspired by aircraft’s contrail. (Ellen M. Banner/The Seattle Times) Pedestrians cross the Museum of Flight's pedestrian bridge, built in 2008 and inspired by aircraft’s contrail. Share story By Ellen M. BannerSeattle Times staff photographer More local stories A robot that picks apples? Washington state’s orchards could see a ‘game-changer’ April 28, 2017 U.S. facing shortage of yellow fever vaccine for travelers April 28, 2017 Court agrees to hold off ruling on carbon restrictions April 28, 2017 Seattle fire hazmat investigates odor at UW health-sciences building April 28, 2017 More Photo Galleries Man uses kite, snowboard to ascend Mount St. Helens — in 35 minutes Massive storm clouds shadow Seattle April showers don’t dampen Japanese Garden visit Ellen M. Banner View Comments No personal attacks or insults, no hate speech, no profanity. Please keep the conversation civil and help us moderate this thread by reporting any abuse. See our Commenting FAQ. Powered by Livefyre The opinions expressed in reader comments are those of the author only, and do not reflect the opinions of The Seattle Times.