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|This is a famous bridge in the tri-couty/blue water area. It's a landmark for anybody traveling by water going south or to the ocean as this is the only means of getting there.||06/15/2006||368|
|This shot shows the old and new.|
The new bridge, called the Sunshine Skyway, was build to replace the previous bridge damaged when hit by a freighter in 1980.
The new bridge is 22,000 ft long and 175 ft above water.
If you zoom in on the center crossing you will see the yellow cables.
|The King Carol I Bridge (later renamed Anghel Saligny Bridge) was built between 1890 and 1895 in Romania over the Danube and Borcea and when it was completed it then became the longest bridge in Europe and the third in the world.|
The bridge has a length of 4,037 metres of which 1662 m over the Danube and 920 m over Borcea and was designed by Romanian engineer Anghel Saligny. It i...
|The Clyde River bridge carries thousands of vehicles a day. Roadway clearance on the bridge is 5.1 metres. Clearance for shipping is 20 metres above high water level. The span is lifted on demand, an average of 1000 times annually.||12/19/2007||331|
|The Danube Bridge of Friendship is the shortest railway, connecting the North European countries and the Middle East.|
The bridge is 2.8 km long and is suspended 30m above the water on two levels. It is spanned between Rousse, Bulgaria and Giurgiu in Romania. It is known as the Bridge of Friendship because specialists from many ex-socialist countries worked together to build it.<...
|The Bridge crossing the Bow River in Calgary, Alberta. It was originally called the MacArthur Bridge, but it was destroyed in a flood in 1915. In 2000, the bridge was restored and renovated. The bridge features four lions atop the sides of the bridge.||07/04/2007||600|
|The Jiaozhou Bay Bridge, the Qingdao Haiwan Bridge is the worlds longest brigde over water. It is 42,5 kilometres, 26.4 miles long and was opened on June 30, 2011.|
The bridge connects the city of Qingdao in the east/south with Jiaozhou in north/west and the Huangdao in the south/west across the waters of the northern part of Jiaozhou Bay. Tour creator: Tom Kjeldsen, created june ...
|Novy most (The New Bridge) is well know as Most SNP (Bridge of SNP), which was former name of the bridge. Special for this bridge is it's restaurant that looks like an UFO. It's name is Bystrica but unfotunately nowadays you can't have lunch there because it's closed.||10/20/2005||709|
|This circa 1937 build concrete bridge became exposed when the water level of Chesbro Reservoir was lowered (2007-2008) due to drought-like conditions. This bridge, which spans the original Llagas Creek, was abandoned when the Chesbro Dam was constructed around 1955 and the subsequent waters of the Llagas Creek was allowed to fill up the valley||01/14/2009||761|
|The Sydney Harbour Bridge is one of the major landmarks of Sydney, Australia, connecting the Sydney central business district (CBD) with the North Shore commercial and residential areas, both of which are located on Sydney Harbour. The dramatic water vista of the bridge together with the nearby Sydney Opera House is an iconic image of both Sydney and Australia. It was opened on 19 March 1932.||08/17/2005||1,048|
|This walking bridge is located in the East Orange Public Water Works, which is located in Livingston, NJ. 30 years ago, as a kid, we used to walk waaaay out to it (We lived about 3 miles away) and walk across the crickety old footbridge which led to an island. You could also walk across the next bridge, which led back into the forest, but we never did because it seemed to dangerous. As you can...||11/30/2005||325|
|Historical bridge in Duluth,MN. This bridge began as an aerial transfer bridge, the first of only two such bridges ever constructed in the United States. Originally built in 1905, the bridge was upgraded in 1930 to the current lifting design and continues to operate today. The bridge can be raised in 55 seconds and goes up 25-30 times daily during busy parts of the shipping season. The span is ...||01/23/2007||643|