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Bombing of the pontoon bridge near Dinant - 15 May 1940

Bombing of the pontoon bridge near Dinant - 15 May 1940

Vertical aerial photograph taken during a bombing attack by Bristol Blenheim Mark IVs of Nos. 15 and 40 Squadrons RAF on the pontoon bridge erected by the Germany Army across the River Meuse at Dinant, Belgium, and on associated communications targets. A salvo of bombs can be seen exploding on engineering workshops on the eastern bank and across the river to the railway lines on the opposite si...
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Remains of the Mulberry Harbour - Beetle Pontoon

Remains of the Mulberry Harbour - Beetle Pontoon

The remains of a beetle pontoon - a part of the mulberry harbours used during the World War 2 D-day landings. This pontoon and a few others litter the rocky shore of Eggerness, having broke free from moorings during a storm when they were being tested during the war. The pontoons were that badly damaged they were deemed unsalvagable and have remained on the rocks ever since.
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OKAY - Naughty words on pontoon

OKAY - Naughty words on pontoon

Else I don't know what to say. :-) Found on a pontoon in the harbour of NYC.
Rating of 3.18181818104/19/20061,062Google Earth Logo
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Bridge of Remagen (overlay)

Bridge of Remagen (overlay)

The Ludendorff Bridge was a railroad bridge across the Rhine in Germany, connecting the cities of Remagen and Erpel.

The bridge is famous for its capture by Allied forces in the Second World War. The bridge was an important strategic point in WWII because it was the only remaining bridge which led over the Rhine River into Germany and Berlin.

he bridge had been bui...
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Remains of the Mulberry Harbour - Whale Element

Remains of the Mulberry Harbour - Whale Element

The dock piers were code named "Whale". These piers were the floating roadways that connected the "Spud" pier heads to the land. The roadways were made from torsionally flexible bridging units that had a span of 80 ft., mounted on pontoon units of either steel or concrete called "Beetles". After the war many of the "Whale" bridge spans from Arromanches we...
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Remains of the Mulberry Harbour - Whale Units

Remains of the Mulberry Harbour - Whale Units

The dock piers were code named "Whale". These piers were the floating roadways that connected the "Spud" pier heads to the land. The roadways were made from torsionally flexible bridging units that had a span of 80 ft., mounted on pontoon units of either steel or concrete called "Beetles". After the war many of the "Whale" bridge spans from Arromanches we...
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Remains of the Mulberry Harbour - Whale Element near Manicamp

Remains of the Mulberry Harbour - Whale Element near Manicamp

he dock piers were code named "Whale". These piers were the floating roadways that connected the "Spud" pier heads to the land. The roadways were made from torsionally flexible bridging units that had a span of 80 ft., mounted on pontoon units of either steel or concrete called "Beetles". After the war many of the "Whale" bridge spans from Arromanches wer...
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Remains of the Mulberry Harbour - Whale Element near Cunelieres

Remains of the Mulberry Harbour - Whale Element near Cunelieres

The dock piers were code named "Whale". These piers were the floating roadways that connected the "Spud" pier heads to the land. The roadways were made from torsionally flexible bridging units that had a span of 80 ft., mounted on pontoon units of either steel or concrete called "Beetles". After the war many of the "Whale" bridge spans from Arromanches we...
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Center Street Bridge

Center Street Bridge

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.
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Bratislava - New bridge

Bratislava - New bridge

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.
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Bridge at Remagen

Bridge at Remagen

Starting in December 16, 1944, as the Allied Forces approached the Rhine River, Adolph Hitler ordered all the bridges blown up to prevent a crossing of this wide river.
The 9th Armored Division, which had been ordered not to cross the Rhine River but to turn south along the west bank in order to join up with General Patton's Third Army, found a bridge still standing at the little tow...
Rating of 3.16666666609/16/2005681Google Earth Logo
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Aerial Lift Bridge

Aerial Lift Bridge

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 ...
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