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Discussion in 'Photos' started by Razr79, Mar 3, 2017.
train bridge over Slippery Rock Creek, western PA.
Mulholland Hwy bridge over Lake Enchanto/Malibu Creek, which was melted in the Malibu Fire of '18. Some of this road is still closed, like the Snake near the Rock Store.
Built in 1909-1910, Darmstadt Hbf, Germany
Sewickley Bridge (completed in 1981) over the Ohio River just north of Pittsburgh ,PA. USA before the Ohio turns south.
Johnson Creek Lawrence County MO.
Bridge over Nickajack Lake near South Pittsburg,TN
Wow, a skeleton bridge, I don't suppose you come across those very often.
crossing the Fraser, in the vicinity of the Gang Ranch b.c.
I am currently touring in South Carolina, and I have come across 3 others. They seem to just strip them and leave the framework up.
Here’s the clapper bridge at Postbridge on Dartmoor, England
Behind the clapper bridge, which is about 700 years old, you can see the new bridge, which is a few hundred years younger.
How wide is the Clapper bridge? I would guess the "new" bridge was built to get a cart over it.
There has got to be some iron in that stone.
I guess it’s about four feet wide, so maybe a pony and cart width. The new bridge is a two lane thing, though British country lanes can be pretty narrow.
The water below is pretty red so I’d guess so.
I grew up in the different county of Hampshire where our little river was called the Rother. This is a Viking name for red from back when they conquered and settled here, maybe a thousand years ago.
I-81 Bridge over St Lawrence River
Paying my last respects to the bridge I grew up next to.