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Te Wero Bridge, Auckland New Zealand The bridge features two liftable decks – one for vehicles and the other for pedestrians and cycles – supported by a 60 metre high mast.

Bustler: Denton Corker Marshall Win Bridge Design Competition in Auckland

London's first pedestrian and cycle bridge proposed for Canary Wharf

Pedestrian and cycle bridge proposed for London

ReForm Architects has revealed plans for an opening bridge that would allow both pedestrians and cyclists to travel across the River Thames

The BNSF Railway Bridge 9.6 is a swing-span railroad bridge across the Columbia River, connecting Portland, Oregon with Vancouver, Washington, United States. It was opened in 1908. This photo was taken from near the bridge's northern end, in Vancouver, showing the swing-span section turning (in the process of closing).

The BNSF Railway Bridge swing-span railroad bridge across the Columbia River ×

Circa 1905. "Aerial bridge. Duluth, Minnesota." Suspended Car Transfer over the Duluth Ship Canal. The gondola could carry 60 tons of cargo across the 300-foot channel with minimal obstruction of the shipping lane. After modification for service as a vertical lift, the span became known as the Aerial Lift Bridge. 8x10 dry plate glass negative, Detroit Publishing Company.

Aerial Bridge, Duluth, Minnesota, 1905 - Aerial Lift Bridge - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

"We wanted to make a building that is embedded in New Zealand culture"

Image 20 of 29 from gallery of Winners of the World Architecture Festival Culture winner: Auckland Art Gallery, New Zealand by Toi o Tamaki

movable bridge Zeeland, NL

movable bridge Zeeland, NL

The Lower Hatea River Bridge or Te Matau ā Pohe; Pohe’s fish hook. Over the Hatea River, Whangarei, New Zealand, NZ

Knight Architects’ Lower Hatea River Crossing in Whangarei, New Zealand, completed in July 2013

Pero's Bridge | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

Pero's Bridge - named for an African slave from the century

London pedestrian and cycle bridge proposal by reForm

Pedestrian and cycle bridge proposed for London

ReForm Architects has revealed plans for an opening bridge that would allow both pedestrians and cyclists to travel across the River Thames

N. Michigan Avenue - Du Sable Bridge - Chicago Downtown

Chicago's downtown movable/loop bridge N. Michigan Avenue Du Sable Bridge On October the Michigan Avenue bridge was renamed the DuSable Bridge in h.

Puente de La Mujer (2001) – Buenos Aires, Argentina.Spanish architect Santiago Calatrava describes this bridge as “a synthesis of a couple dancing Tango”. The structure is divided into two fixed sections and a movable one in the middle that rotates around a white concrete pylon — as if they were dancing!

Here is a list of 10 of the most awesome pedestrian bridges out there, the one is unbelievable, wow!

PPAG + milan mijalkovic: 3D patterned multi-storey car park in skopje, macedonia - designboom | architecture & design magazine

the interpretation of a baroque façade into a contemporary parking garage in skopje, macedonia, was completed by vienna-based firm PPAG + milan mijalkovic.

Michigan Ave. Bridge Chicago River at E. Wacker Dr. 1920, Edward H. Bennett; Thomas G. Pihlfeldt, City Bridge Engineer; Hugh Young, Engineer of Bridge Design 2006, renovation for museum, McBride Kelley Baurer Chicago has more movable bridges than any other city in the world, and most, like this one, are trunnion bascules. Ideal for this visible and busy location, it spans the river gracefully and economically with no protruding superstructure, while leaving a wide, navigable channel. ...

Bridge Chicago River at E. Edward H. Hugh Young, Engineer of Bridge Design renovation for museum, McBride.

Flickriver: Most interesting photos tagged with murraymorganbridge

Flickriver: Most interesting photos tagged with murraymorganbridge

Denmark Builds a Circular 'Infinite Bridge' - CityLab

Gjøde & Povlsgaard Arkitekter designed Den Uendelige Bro, the Infinite Bridge, for the 2015 Sculpture by the Sea.

Foot and Cyclebridges Christianshavns Kanal and Trangraven, Copenhagen, Denmark © Barbara Feichtinger-Felber

designed by dietmar feichtinger architectes, 'butterfly bridge' takes its name from its form when the scheme's two dynamic crossings are elevated.

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