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Ponte da Varela

Ponte da Varela is a bridge in Aveiro District in Portugal. It was inaugurated on June 22, 1964, after a lengthy design phase. The bridge is constructed of concrete and steel, with the legs far enough apart to allow ships to pass beneath.

Ponte de Praia da Barra

The Bridge of Praia da Barra is a modern bridge, situated over a confluence of the Ria Aveiro, in the civil parish of Gafanha da Nazare, municipality of Ilhavo, in the Portuguese district of Aveiro. The bridge is situated on the western coast of ...

Ponte do Arco de Baulhe

Ponte do Arco de Baulhe, is a bridge in Portugal. It is located in Arco de Baulhe, crossing the Tamega River. The bridge connects the towns of Arco de Baulhe and Pedraça.

Ponte do Paul

The Ponte do Paul is a bridge that crosses the Rio Paul, in the civil parish of Paul, municipality of Covilhã in the Portuguese in the district of Castelo Branco.

Ponte metalica de Fão

The Ponte metalica de Fão is a bridge in Portugal at Fão. It is located in Braga District, crossing the Cavado River, on the EN 13. It connects Fão to Esposende.

Forsmo Bridge

The railway bridge was built in 1912. It is a riveted steel-truss-arch railway bridge, 263m long and 50m high. It is on the rail line between Luleå and Borlange. The 104m main bridge span is linked by hinges to the two side spans. In 2002, a stud ...

Kvarken Bridge

Kvarken Bridge is a proposed bridge across the strait of Kvarken. The cost of the bridge has been estimated to about 1.5 to 2 billion euros. There are islands in the strait, and the sum of the lengths of the probably three bridge parts would be a ...

Nykoping Railway Bridge

The Nykoping Railway Bridge spans the river Nykopingsån in Nykoping, Sweden. The original 200-ton bridge was replaced with a new 320 tonne bridge on August 11, 2008. The new bridge is 51M in length, 8M in width and 9M in height. In the same centu ...

Obbola Bridge

Obbola bridge is a road bridge on the E12 over Osterfjarden that connects Obbola and Holmsund in Sweden. The bridge was built during the winter of 1988 when an artificial freezing process was used to create a stable work platform for the heavy pi ...

Stromsund Bridge

The Stromsund Bridge is a cable-stayed road bridge, bringing road E45 over Stroms vattudal, in Stromsund, Jamtland, Sweden. Bridge 1.089 m 332 feet long, with a 182 m 597 m main span. It was built by Franz dischinger, it was opened in 1956, and i ...

Tallberg Bridges

The Tallberg Bridges consist of three railway bridges that cross the Ore River at Slatforsen, about 4 km from Nyåker, Nordmaling Municipality in Sweden. They are part of the Northern Main Line through upper Norrland. One of the bridges has been r ...

Appleford Railway Bridge

Appleford Railway Bridge carries the Cherwell Valley Line from Didcot to Oxford across the River Thames near the village of Appleford-on-Thames, Oxfordshire, England. It crosses the Thames on the reach between Clifton Lock and Culham Lock. The br ...

Ashness Bridge

Ashness Bridge is a traditional stone-built bridge on the single-track road from the Borrowdale road to Watendlath, in the English Lake District. It is at grid reference NY270196, and is famous for being a fine viewpoint across Borrowdale towards ...

Beckfoot Bridge

Beckfoot Bridge was historically a significant crossing point over Harden Beck in Bingley, West Yorkshire, England. The cost of the repair and maintenance of bridges was measured or the County, wapentake, parish, or village, depending on the impo ...

Border Counties Bridge

Border Counties Bridge was a 19th-century railway bridge across the River Tyne just west of Hexham, Northumberland, England. The bridge used to carry the Border Counties Railway over the River Tyne at Border Counties Junction with the Newcastle a ...

Bow Bridge, Cumbria

Bow Bridge is a late medieval multi-span bridge located near Furness Abbey in Cumbria and built in the 1500s. It is made of local red sandstone stone and crosses Mill Beck. It has been a Scheduled monument since 1949. Bow Bridge is a good example ...

Breydon Bridge

The Breydon Bridge is a road bridge carrying the A47 in Great Yarmouth across the River Yare. It replaces the former railway Breydon Viaduct which was closed in 1953 and demolished by 1963. When built in 1985, the bridge was dedicated road no. A1 ...

Bridge of Avon

The Bridge of Avon is a bridge over the River Avon at Ballindalloch in Moray, Scotland, built between 1800 and 1801 by George Burn. The bridge is mainly rubble-built, with an abutment on the south bank, and a pier with a cutwater on the north ban ...

Carlisle Bridge, Lancaster

The Carlisle Bridge is the main railway bridge crossing the River Lune at Lancaster, Lancashire, England, carrying the West Coast Main Line over three 120-foot spans. This section of the railway, including the original version of the bridge, was ...

Castle Eaton Bridge

Castle Eaton Bridge is a road bridge across the River Thames in England at Castle Eaton in Wiltshire. It carries a minor road between Cricklade, 4 miles to the southwest, and Kempsford 1½ miles to the east. The iron girder bridge with brick piers ...

Chester New Bridge

Chester New Bridge is a Grade II* listed medieval stone bridge over the River Wear near Chester-le-Street in County Durham, England. It carries Black Drive, the private entrance road to Lambton Castle, across the Wear just north of the A1052 road ...

Colne Bridge

Colne Bridge is an historic 18th-century bridge near Huddersfield, West Yorkshire, England. A Grade II listed stone-built arch bridge, it spans the River Colne between Bradley and Kirkheaton. According to Ted Ruddock, Colne bridge can be the desi ...

Constantius Bridge

Constantius Bridge is a modern concrete bridge across the River Tyne about 1 mile west of Hexham, Northumberland, England. The bridge carries the A69 road over the River Tyne and forms part of the Hexham bypass.

Corbridge Bridge

Corbridge Bridge is a 17th-century stone bridge across the River Tyne at Corbridge, Northumberland, England. The bridge used to carry the A68 road over the river Tyne, but since in Hexham bypass at A69 A68 now crosses by the Styford bridge 3 km 5 ...

Daisyfield Viaduct

Daisyfield Viaduct is a stone structure crossing the Manchester, Bolton and Bury Canal and River Irwell in Bury, Greater Manchester, England. It no longer carries trains, and is now used as a recreational feature for the general public.

Dargan Bridge, Belfast

Dargan Bridge, built in the 1990s, is a railway bridge in Belfast, Northern Ireland. This bridge spans the River Lagan and connects the railway lines to Larne and Derry to those east Bangor and south to Newry and the Republic. It runs mostly para ...

Findhorn Viaduct (Forres)

The Findhorn Viaduct is a railway bridge near Forres in Moray, Scotland. Built for the Inverness & Aberdeen Junction Railway between 1856-8 by Joseph Mitchell, with ironwork by William Fairbairn & Sons of Manchester, the viaduct carries the railw ...

Findhorn Viaduct (Tomatin)

The Findhorn Viaduct is a railway bridge approximately 500 metres east of the village of Tomatin in the Scottish Highlands, which carries the Perth to Inverness railway line over the valley of the River Findhorn. The bridge was designed and built ...

Glengall Bridge

Glengall Bridge is a bridge in the Millwall Inner Dock, Isle of Dogs, London, England, near the Crossharbour DLR station. It is located in the London Borough of Tower Hamlets. The present Dutch-style double-leaf bascule bridge opened in 1990, res ...

Governors Bridge, Belfast

Governors Bridge is a road bridge in Stranmillis, south Belfast. It was inaugurated on the 23rd of September 1974. The bridge is part of the system along with the nearby bridge of kings. Together they connect the University and Annadale Embankmen ...

Grimstone Viaduct

The Grimstone Viaduct is a railway bridge on the Castle Cary-Weymouth "Heart of Wessex" line. It passes over the road from Grimstone to Sydling St. Nicholas and Sydling Water flows underneath it. It is in the hamlet of Grimstone at the western ed ...

Haydon Bridge Viaduct

Haydon Bridge Viaduct carries the A69 Haydon Bridge bypass across both the Newcastle upon Tyne to Carlisle railway and the River South Tyne, about 1 ⁄ 2 mile west of Haydon Bridge.

Healey Dell Viaduct

. Viaduct Healey Dell is in reserve Healey Dell nature in the Spodden valley on the outskirts or Rochdale, greater Manchester, England. It is 2½ miles 4 km from Whitworth, Lancashire. It was built in 1867 and carried the Rochdale to Bacup railway ...

Holmans Bridge

Holmans Bridge is a brick-built bridge on the A413 to the north of Aylesbury in Buckinghamshire, England. It is where the A413 road crosses the River Thame. Aylesburys first Charter of Incorporation in 1554 marked Holmans Bridge as the northernmo ...

Little Wittenham Bridge

Little Wittenham Bridge is a footbridge across the River Thames in England near Dorchester-on-Thames, Oxfordshire. It is just downstream of Days Lock on the reach above Benson Lock and connects Little Wittenham to Dorchester. The bridge spans the ...

Loughor bridge

The Loughor bridge is a road bridge crossing over the River Loughor, providing a convenient link between much of western Swansea and Llanelli, west Wales. The bridge is part of the A484 road. The road bridge is adjacent to the Loughor railway via ...

M4 Thames Bridge

The M4 Thames Bridge Maidenhead is a motorway bridge between Dorney Reach, Buckinghamshire and Bray near Maidenhead, Berkshire in England built in the 1960s. The bridge carries the M4 motorway across the river Thames, on the reach above Boveney l ...

Newburn Bridge

Newburn Bridge is a road bridge crossing the River Tyne at Newburn in Newcastle upon Tyne, England. It links Newburn, Walbottle and Throckley on the north side of the river with Ryton, Stella and Blaydon on the south side. The bridge is the weste ...

Old Haydon Bridge

Old Haydon Bridge is a footbridge across the River South Tyne providing access between the Northern and Southern sides of the village of Haydon Bridge, Northumberland, England.

Penponds Viaduct

Penponds Viaduct is a railway viaduct which carries the Cornish Main Line west of Camborne in Cornwall, England. It crosses over a small valley containing the southern arm of the Red River, and a minor road known as Viaduct Lane. On the road Hayl ...

Penshaw Bridge

Penshaw Bridge, also known as Fatfield Bridge, is a road traffic bridge spanning the River Wear in North East England, linking Penshaw with Fatfield. The bridge was opened on 29th January 1890.

Piercebridge Roman Bridge

Piercebridge Roman Bridge is the ruin of a Roman bridge over the River Tees near the village of Piercebridge, County Durham, England. The bridge carried Dere street Roman road across the river. Piercebridge Roman Fort guarded the bridge. The tees ...

Ridley Railway Bridge

Ridley Railway Bridge is a railway bridge carrying the Tyne Valley line between Newcastle upon Tyne and Carlisle across the River South Tyne near Ridley Hall in Northumberland.

Six Arches, Ackworth

The Six Arches is a railway viaduct in Ackworth, West Yorkshire, England, named after its design. It carries the Pontefract to Rotherham line over the River Went. The actual construction date is unknown, but believed to be around 1880-1900. The l ...

Somerleyton Swing Bridge

Somerleyton Swing Bridge is a railway swing bridge over the River Waveney on the Norfolk-Suffolk border. It was built in 1905 to carry a double-tracked Norwich to Lowestoft line over the river, replacing the previous single tracked bridge. It is ...

South Bridge, Edinburgh

South Bridge is a road bridge in Edinburgh, Scotland, starting at the High Street and finishing at Chambers Street/Infirmary Street. The bridge is constructed of nineteen arches, but is almost entirely enclosed by buildings on both sides, exposin ...

St. Julians railway bridge

The St. Julians railway bridge is a crossing of the River Usk close to the city of Newport, South Wales. It was opened in 1874 by the Pontypool, Caerleon and Newport Railway and currently carries the Welsh Marches Line across the river in a north ...

Swan Bridge

Swan Bridge is a Grade II listed bridge over the Castle Mill Stream in the city of Oxford, England. It forms part of Paradise Street. The bridge is close to Oxford Castle to the north. Also to the north on the Castle Mill Stream is Quaking Bridge ...

Thornborough Bridge

Thornborough Bridge is located on the original Bletchley and Buckingham road, now bypassed by a modern bridge in 1974 for the A421. The bridge is accessible to walkers from an adjacent lay-by. The bridge on both sides of the border of the parish ...

Trenarth Bridge

Trenarth Bridge is at the head of the centre head of Port Navas Creek and is between Mawnan Smith and Porth Navas.