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    Default Inhabited bridge, Frome, Avon, UK. part 3. discussion

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    Inhabited bridge, Frome, Avon, UK. part 3.

    The inhabited bridge of Frome, is the littlest of the six witch still exist in Europe. It is situated not too far of the Pulteney bridge in Bath.

    I have not found a link about it, but I┤m sure that Sladys will help me... Thank you sladys!












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    Yes I found something:

    http://www.frome.world-guides.com/


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    thank you very much, guy!!!!
    By the way, much more difficult:
    I┤m searching the name of a Turkish village, town, city...I don┤t know exactly, where, after an earthquake, part of a petrol-station moved on the left, and the other side on the right.
    The petrol- station was exactly situated on the Anatolian brake.
    It was during the Izmit earthquake.

    Thank you very much. bye.
    hasta luego!!!

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    It was indeed the 1999 earthquake in the Izmit area.

    The gas station you mention was in Golcuk in the opposite side of Izmit slided into the bay (N 40 43.074ĺ, E 29 46.083ĺ (sorry, I haven't GE on my dads computer)).

    Here is a link with photos and infos from Golcuk:

    http://gees.usc.edu/GEER/Kocaeli/Golcuk.htm

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