29 October 2009

Bridges news roundup

Second wobbly bridge for London
Headline writer gets wrong end of stick, shakes it vigorously

Safety alert closes famous bridge
Bolt failures on Middlesborough Transporter Bridge mean that all three surviving transporter bridges in the UK are now closed to the public (the others are at Newport and Warrington)

'Daring' Eagles Meadow bridge wins architectural award
Oddly no mention made of Wrexham footbridge's notorious wobbly tendency

1,000-year-old roofed wooden arch bridge - Wan'an Bridge in Pingan, China's Fujian
I've mentioned these on a previous roundup, but they're great, so here goes again

Hundreds of people to tour bridge
Anchorage chambers and tower tops of Forth Road Bridge open for special visits

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