london bridge

London Bridge (Lake Havasu City, Arizona)

The 1831 London Bridge was the last project of engineer John Rennie and was completed by his son, also named John Rennie (often called John Rennie the Younger). Prior to its life in sunny Arizona, the bridge spanned

R.E.M. Murmer Railroad Trestle

R.E.M. Murmur Railroad Trestle (Athens, Georgia)

An otherwise ordinary railroad trestle in Athens, Georgia that should have been destroyed decades ago has become an important landmark and tourist attraction thanks to being featured on the back cover of the 1983 R.E.M.

Stari Most, the Old Bridge

Stari Most (Mostar, Bosnia and Herzegovina)

Widely considered to be one of the most exemplary pieces of Islamic architecture in the Balkans, Stari Most, commonly referred to as the Old Bridge, was an Ottoman bridge in the city of Mostar in

Big Dam Bridge

Big Dam Bridge (Little Rock, Arkansas)

Though it was originally supposed to be called the Murray Bridge, the Big Dam Bridge in Arkansas is a much better name. The bridge pedestrian and bycycle bridge spans the Arkansas River and between Little

Glenfinnan Viaduct

Glenfinnan Viaduct (Glenfinnan, Scotland)

The Glenfinnan Viaduct is a railway viaduct on the West Highland Line in Glenfinnan, Inverness-shire, Scotland. Located at the top of Loch Shiel in the West Highlands of Scotland, the viaduct overlooks the Glenfinnan Monument

Nine Arches Bridge

Nine Arches Bridge (Ella, Sri Lanka)

The Nine Arches Bridge is a colonial era railway bridge in Sri Lanka built in 1921. It is one of the best examples of the style in the world and is completely built without the

Peace Bridge

Peace Bridge (Calgary, Alberta)

Designed by Spanish architect Santiago Calatrava, Peace Bridge is a pedestrian bridge that accommodates both cyclists and foot traffic across the Bow River in Calgary, Alberta. Most often referred to as the Finger Trap Bridge, because of its uncanny similarity to a finger

Hartland Bridge

The Hartland Bridge (Hartland, New Brunswick)

At 1,282 feet (391m) long, the Hartland Bridge in Hartland, New Brunswick, is the world’s longest covered bridge. Crossing the Saint John River from Somerville to Hartland, the bridge has served the communities since 1901. Before the

The Chain of Rocks Bridge

Chain of Rocks Bridge (Missouri to Illinois)

The Chain of Rocks Bridge, sometimes called the Old Chain of Rocks Bridge is a 5,353 feet (1,632 m) long pedestrian bridge most notable for its 22-degree bend roughly in the middle of the crossing. Originally the

The Brooklyn Bridge

The Brooklyn Bridge

Without The Brooklyn Bridge the city of New York could look very different today in several ways.  The combination cable-stayed/suspension bridge was built in 1883 making it one of the oldest continually used and most

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