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Bridges by prastav

  1. 1. • NAME : PRASTAV • CLASS : lV • ROLL : 29 • SCHOOL : KVS
  2. 2. Brooklyn Bridge Photo
  3. 3. Brooklyn Bridge • According to an analysis of the 2012 National Bridge Inventory by Transportation for America, a non-profit advocacy group, the following bridges have been designated as “structurally deficient,” meaning they require significant maintenance, rehabilitation or replacement. • Brooklyn Bridge in New York City.
  4. 4. High Bridge Photo The special spans visited during the first week included Siduhe, Zhijinghe, Tieluoping, Longtanhe, Shuanghekou, Xiaohe and Caijiagou Bridges as well as a visit to Western China's most populous city of Chongqing where the world's longest span arch and beam bridges reside.
  5. 5. High Bridge Photo Our first high bridge of the trip may have been "only" 80 meters from deck to creek but the location of Gangouzi Bridge above the Yangtze River Gorge made it one of the most beautiful and classical looking spans of the trip
  6. 6. The new Yichang Yangtze Railway Bridge has the 2 longest railway beam bridge spans in the world at 270 meters apiece albeit with the assistance of two tied arches. The new line continues on from Yichang to Wanzhou crossing 5 bridges more then 100 meters high
  7. 7. Rainbow Bridge Rainbow Bridge crosses the Niagara River, connecting Niagara Falls, Ontario to Niagara Falls, New York.
  8. 8. Tower Bridge London The Most Famous Bridge in the World.

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