Jones bridge is one of the main bridges here in Manila,
formerly called Puente de España.
Neo-classical inspired built in the 1920's.
It was once reigned as the queen of the bridges spanning the Pasig River,
but fell into neglect and disrepair in the 1980s.
Partial restoration has revealed some of the beauty of this historical landmark,
but only total renovation could bring out the grandeur of its design.
I had my own quick tour around the area, used to be an isolated place, far-off
where one has to be cautious of their belongings esp. when you're walking alone
but thanks to the newly installed ferry station just beside it and some street
stall projects provided by the government.
It's way better than before, definitely needs more improvement and like i always hope... fresh renovations or restorations for that matter, to make this