Bridge Built

Some articles on bridge built, bridge, built, bridges:

River Glen, Lincolnshire - Course
... It continues south through Toft, where a Grade II listed bridge built in the early 1800s crosses, and Manthorpe, where there is another listed bridge with a single elliptical arch built in 1813, before ... In the village, a two-arched stone bridge built in the late 1700s carries Church Lane over the river ... in a northerly direction, past Fletland Mill, a former grain mill which was built in 1759, and Kate's Bridge weir, where a modern bridge carries the A15 road over it ...
M25 Runnymede Bridge
... The M25 Runnymede Bridge is a motorway bridge built in the 1980s, carrying the M25 motorway across the River Thames ... The bridge was built to complement an earlier bridge built by Sir Edwin Lutyens a low wide arch bridge built of brick to carry the A30 Staines By-pass ... transfer loads vertically to avoid disturbing the foundations of the earlier bridge ...
List Of Dublin Bridges And Tunnels - Bridges Over The River Dodder
... Bridges over the River Dodder from the River Liffey to the southwest ... Name Alternate names Connections Notes Image Ringsend Bridge Ringsend Road, Bridge Street - R802 Opened in 1812 ... London Bridge Bath Avenue, Londonbridge Road - R111 Opened in 1857 ...
Loch Raven Reservoir - Bridges
... The reservoir is home to historic bridges ... Four bridges were built for roads to cross the reservoir ... Loch Raven Drive's original bridge was built in 1906 on a dangerous road that included a hairpin turn which caused many accidents ...
List Of Aar Bridges In Bern - Current Bridges
... Height Span Location Untertorbrücke Built in wood 1256, rebuilt in stone 1489 ... The city's only Aar bridge up until 1834. 7.4584°E / 46.9493 7.4584 (Untertorbrücke) 6 Neubrügg ("new bridge") First built in 1466 to replace a ferry, rebuilt in 1535 ...

Famous quotes containing the words built and/or bridge:

    ... a family I know ... bought an acre in the country on which to build a house. For many years, while they lacked the money to build, they visited the site regularly and picnicked on a knoll, the site’s most attractive feature. They liked so much to visualize themselves as always there, that when they finally built they put the house on the knoll. But then the knoll was gone. Somehow they had not realized they would destroy it and lose it by supplanting it with themselves.
    Jane Jacobs (b. 1916)

    I was at work that morning. Someone came riding like mad
    Over the bridge and up the road—Farmer Rouf’s little lad.
    Bareback he rode; he had no hat; he hardly stopped to say,
    “Morgan’s men are coming, Frau, they’re galloping on this way.
    Constance Fenimore Woolson (1840–1894)