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Batman Bridge

Batman Bridge

The Batman Bridge is the first cable-stayed bridge in Australia crossing the Tamar River in northern Tasmania. The bridge is on the Batman Highway connecting the West Tamar Highway to the East Tamar Highway.
The bridge's deck is supported by a single A-frame pylon constructed on the west bank of the Tamar river, on a solid dolerite rock base. The east bank being soft clay is not capable ...
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Huey P. Long Bridge

Huey P. Long Bridge

This combination rail and highway bridge crosses the Mississippi River at Jefferson Parish,LA. The railway part of this bridge at 22,996 feet is the longest in the United States. The highway structure of this bridge is 8,076 feet long. The bridge is approximately 135 feet high and the widest clean span is 790 feet.
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Y-bridge of Galena

Y-bridge of Galena

The Y-Bridge is an old highway bridge over the James River located at Galena, Missouri and opened in 1927. It is named the Y-Bridge because it is shaped like the letter "Y". The bridge is such that (going east), one could then either head north or south upon reaching the east end, where the highway was between a steep bluff on the east and the river on the west. It was built to accomm...
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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...
Rating of 311/02/20051,589Google Earth Logo
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Strange highway to...

Strange highway to...

Highway, bridge, tunnel???
Situated in the North-west of Spain, on the highway named "ruta de la plata" between Madrid and Gijón.
This Google Earth mistaque make the place quite dangerous...
Rating of 4.501/18/20091,310Google Earth Logo
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Bridge at Remagen, Germany

Bridge at Remagen, Germany

Groundwork of the Bridge at Remagen over the river Rhine.

Editors note - There isn't a bridge yet, but you can see the beginnings of a bridge on either side of the Rhine.

Additional info (from user 600ccm):

On the 7th of March 1945, an advance unit of the 9th U.S. Armored Division, led by LT Karl H. Timmermann, an American of German descent, reached th...
Rating of 3.407/22/20051,038Google Earth Logo
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Bridge of Arnheim

Bridge of Arnheim

In sept. 1944 allied troops tried to conquer the Rhine Bridge of Arnheim. They failed. Later the germans blow up the bridge. (Pic. Royal air Force)
Rating of 309/06/2005740Google Earth Logo
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Bridge end trestle near Niederschmalkalden

Bridge end trestle near Niederschmalkalden

This is a part of the Reichsautobahn (highway) 85. This highway should connect Bamberg with Eisenach, but at the outbreak of the war, the work was stopped.
No rating yet06/29/2006473Google Earth Logo
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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 3.16666666609/16/2005744Google Earth Logo
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Bridge over the Hunteriver

Bridge over the Hunteriver

Big bridge of the highway A29 over the hunte river near oldenburg - germany.
No rating yet05/02/2006245Google Earth Logo
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CN - Harbin - Highway Bridge on Songhua River

CN - Harbin - Highway Bridge on Songhua River

A nice bridge perspective
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Koblenz II (Overlay)

Koblenz II (Overlay)

An aerial reconnaissance picture made by USAF during WWII.

This picture shows the heavy damage caused by air-raids in 1944 and 1945. About 87% of the city was destroyed.

The left of the two bridges in the north of the pic is a railroad-bridge crossing the River Mosel, the right one is the Balduin bridge, the one of the oldest river-crossing-site of Koblenz.
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