|Carroll Street Bridge from Park Slope Side|
|Carroll Street Bridge from Carroll Gardens Side|
|Pocket for Housing the Carroll Street Bridge While in the Open Position|
|Carroll Street Bridge Operator's House|
|Carroll Street Bridge Plaque on Operator's House|
In an interview conducted by Community School District 15 around the time the bridge was reopened in 1989, one long time resident recalls her memories of the Carroll Street Bridge. Connie Anello grew up one block from the bridge. "As a child she remembers youngsters swimming and fishing in the canal." The kids used the bridge as a platform to dive and fish from! It is hard to image diving and fishing in the Gowanus since it is now a Superfund site and considered one of the most polluted waterways in the country.
- McCahon, Mary E. "Carroll Street Bridge over the Gowanus Canal" Last of the River South of the Sound.
- Seaton, Charles "Carroll St. Span to get b'day fixup" Daily News. 2, February 1989.
- "Carroll Street Bridge" A New York Centennial Bridge. NYCDOT Flier. 23, September 1989.
- Anello, Connie. Community School District 15 student interview. 1989.