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Bridges, Tunnels

Famous bridges, dams and canals from around the world


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Bridge pont de Saint-Nazaire (France)

Bridge pont de Saint-Nazaire (France)

This picture of the bridge is very intersting because it the longest bridge of La Loire (longest river in France). Up to the bridge you can see all around you and specially the Atlantic Ocean and naval construction (Queen Mary II) of Saint-Nazaire.
Rating of 2.66666666610/16/2005422Google Earth Logo
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HALIC BRIDGE, ISTANBUL, TURKEY

HALIC BRIDGE, ISTANBUL, TURKEY

Halic Bridge over the Golden Horn, istanbul.
No rating yet10/15/2005533Google Earth Logo
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Sydney Harbour Tunnel

Sydney Harbour Tunnel

North and south entrances/exits are shown
Rating of 3.510/13/2005497Google Earth Logo
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Lifted

Lifted

Elevated railway bridge
No rating yet10/12/2005251Google Earth Logo
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Eiserner Steg (Iron Bridge)

Eiserner Steg (Iron Bridge)

This famous bridge in Frankfurt is called 'Eiserner Steg'. It was built in 1869. You can move on foot from Frankfurt City (hibbdebach) to Sachsenhausen (dribbdebach).
Rating of 110/09/20051,067Google Earth Logo
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Rendsburg Railway Loop

Rendsburg Railway Loop

In Rendsburg, Germany the railway takes a large loop around the city in order to gain sufficient height from the station at almost see level to the bridge over the canal.
No rating yet10/07/2005391Google Earth Logo
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West Gate Bridge, Melbourne, AU

West Gate Bridge, Melbourne, AU

The West Gate Bridge, Melbourne, Australia. On the 15th October 1970, the bridge collapsed during its construction, killing 35 workmen.
Rating of 310/07/2005438Google Earth Logo
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Bridge of Mostar

Bridge of Mostar

One of the more beautiful bridges in the world. Built 400 years ago by a Turkish architect, it was destroyed in the war (Croatia / Bosnia). Fortunatelly, it was rebuilt again.
Rating of 1.510/04/2005836Google Earth Logo
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Ile de Re Bridge, France

Ile de Re Bridge, France

A 3200m long bridge, built in 1990, in 10 months.
Rating of 310/01/2005592Google Earth Logo
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Jacques Cartier Bridge, Montreal

Jacques Cartier Bridge, Montreal

The Jacques Cartier Bridge is a steel truss cantilever bridge crossing the Saint Lawrence River in Montreal.
No rating yet09/28/2005362Google Earth Logo
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Bridge of the Americas, Panama

Bridge of the Americas, Panama

The Puente de las Americas is the only bridge that connects the north and south American land masses.
Rating of 3.509/24/2005648Google Earth Logo
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Uetliberg Tunnel

Uetliberg Tunnel

The 4.4 km long Uetliberg Tunnel, connecting the Birmensdorf bypass (N20.1.4) in the west with the existing Zurich-Chur highway (A3 motorway) in the east, is the key structure of the new Zurich western bypass. The project consists of two parallel tubes, each about 4.4 km long, which both increase in slope by approx. 1.6 % between the east and the west portals. Stations with equipment and instal...
Rating of 409/24/2005445Google Earth Logo
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Storms River Bridge

Storms River Bridge

Home to a heck of a high bungi-jump! (And railing to prevent those who wish to jump without attachment from doing so...)
No rating yet09/23/2005342Google Earth Logo
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Tall Bridge, Capetown, SA

Tall Bridge, Capetown, SA

This up-in-the-sky bridge is just outside Cape Town. I've often wondered what would happen if I went straight off the side...
Rating of 409/22/2005377Google Earth Logo
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Theodore Roosevelt and Memorial Bridges in Washington

Theodore Roosevelt and Memorial Bridges in Washington

Wiew of two bridges in Washington, DC.
No rating yet09/21/2005372Google Earth Logo
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The canals of Amsterdam

The canals of Amsterdam

One of the most pleasant ways to discover Amsterdam is doing it by boat!
Rating of 2.7509/19/2005764Google Earth Logo
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Wooden Bridge - Queens

Wooden Bridge - Queens

The footbridge over the Cam connecting old and new buildings of Queen's College.
No rating yet09/18/2005313Google Earth Logo
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Union Canal

Union Canal

Aqueduct carrying the Union Canal over the M8.
No rating yet09/17/2005330Google Earth Logo
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Swarkestone Bridge

Swarkestone Bridge

The longest stone bridge in England, built to cross the River Trent and the marshland each side. There has been a bridge here since the 13th century. The southernmost point reached by the army of Bonnie Prince Charlie before they retreated to Scotland
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Calstock Viaduct

Calstock Viaduct

One of the first pre-cast concrete structures in the world, carries the railway 120 feet above the River Tamar, with foundations sunk up to 47 feet.
No rating yet09/17/2005295Google Earth Logo
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Blisworth South

Blisworth South

The southern portal of Blisworth Tunnel, just outside Stoke Bruerne.
No rating yet09/16/2005270Google Earth Logo
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Blisworth Tunnel  North

Blisworth Tunnel North

The northern portal of Blisworth, second longest canal tunnel in England after Standedge Tunnel
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Huguenot Tunnel, Western Cape, South Africa

Huguenot Tunnel, Western Cape, South Africa

Entrance/Exit to South Africa's Longest Road Tunnel
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Greenwich Foot Tunnel

Greenwich Foot Tunnel

The southern entry to the foot tunnel, built 1902. The shadow of Sir Alex Binnie's domed structure can be seen clearly on the Thames. The Isle of Dogs dome is almost (but not quite) due North.
No rating yet09/15/2005273Google Earth Logo
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Bridge under construction hong kong

Bridge under construction hong kong

A new bridge under construction in Hong Kong with a total length of 2.9 miles. The harbour is also under construction.
No rating yet09/14/2005593Google Earth Logo
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