Hancock’ s iconic red bridge over the C&O Canal appears to be taking over where Paris left off. On the bottom rung of the steel bridge, several locks are attached to the railing and each other.
The practice of snapping a lock onto a public bridge as a symbol of romantic love became a tradition in the French city of Paris.
There, the Pont Des Arts, a bridge over the river Seine, was renamed the Love Lock bridge after padlocks starting appearing on . . .