|Rating||Date Added||Downloads|| |
|A swing bridge that has turned to allow a boat to pass though near Hevossalmi, Finland.||10/03/2007||588|
|A Ship on the Manchester Ship Canal heading out towards the sea. The ship canal runs around the River Mersey, which means that ship can come and go out sea any time, even when the tide is out, as you can see clealy on googles pictures.||01/11/2007||345|
|This was the view across the harbour canal on 2 February 1940: behind the pedestrian swing-bridge for the dockyard personnel is the bulk of Tirpitz, with bridge foundations fitted and cylindrical tower mast mounted. Alongside her is the "Langer Heinrich" floating crane, while building cranes can be seen on the pier.||10/28/2007||1,100|
|Ship in lock 2 (of 8) of Ontario Canada's Welland Canal. The canal enables ship traffic to bypass Niagara Falls||09/24/2005||391|
|Two ships on the Manchester Ship Canal taking cargo off at Elesmere Port. Note the river Mersey next to the Canal with the tide out. This was a benfit for hte Canal, that ships could sail up the canal even when the tide was out.||01/14/2007||306|
|This is where the ships enter the Manchester Ship Canal. The tide is out at the moment, but as soon as the tide comes in the ships can enter or exit the canal. Once in the canal they can safly move up and down the canal without worring about the level of the tide.||01/14/2007||404|
|A swing bridge that crosses the River Tyne in England.||10/02/2007||406|
|This marks the end of the Canal in Manchester, Salford and Trafford Park. Follow the Canal all the way to the sea via Warrington and Birkenhead. Spot some ships||01/14/2007||300|
|Ship in dock for works in Runcorn, UK on the Manchester Ship Canal that runs from Liverpool to Manchester. Built for the people by the people.||01/11/2007||195|
|This bridge is at Little Current, Ontario|
You can see the traffic backed up on either side.
|See some ships in dock on the Great Manchester Ship Canal in the UK. the dock is on the Trafford Park side of the Canal. On the other side of the canal you can see the Lowry in the Salford Quays||01/11/2007||303|
|At 0:18AM local time here in Denmark worlds largest cruise ship MS Oasis of the Seas passed the Great Belt Bridge in Denmark after it left STX Europe, Shipbuilding in Turku, Finland the day before yesterday.|
It's maiden voyage from Miami should be on december 1st. 2009.
It was a tough job for the captain to bring it through the bridge. The ship is 72 m (236 ft) hig...