Swing bridge
A swing bridge is a movable bridge that has as its primary structural support a vertical locating pin and support ring, usually at or near to its center of gravity, about which the turning span can th...
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Cathedral Green Footbridge
The Cathedral Green Footbridge is a pedestrian & cycle swing bridge in the centre of Derby spanning the River Derwent. It forms a third side to a triangle between The Cathedral & the Silk Mil...
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Reedham Swing Bridge
Reedham Swing Bridge, on the site of a Victorian swing bridge, is still in use at Reedham, Norfolk, England.It carries the Wherry railway line, between Norwich and Lowestoft, across the River Yare nea...
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Grand Rapids Swing Bridge
The Grand Rapids Swing Bridge is a four span Pratt truss railroad swing bridge in Grand Rapids, Michigan. It was built in 1902 for the Pere Marquette Railroad as a swing bridge to allow steamboats to...
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Welland Canal, Bridge 15
The Welland Canal Bridge 15 is a two-track Baltimore truss swing bridge located in the disused section of the Welland Canal within the city of Welland, Ontario. This section of canal is now known as t...
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Derwent Way Bridge
The Derwent Way Bridge built in 1955 was a road and rail swing bridge over the Annacis Channel of the Fraser River in the Lower Mainland of British Columbia, Canada. The bridge connected the community...
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New Westminster Bridge
The New Westminster Bridge (also known as the Fraser River Swing Bridge) crosses the Fraser River and connects New Westminster with Surrey, British Columbia, in Canada.Location in Metro VancouverThe N...
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Rewley Road Swing Bridge
Rewley Road Swing Bridge is a disused railway swing bridge over Sheepwash Channel in west Oxford, England. To the north are Cripley Meadow and Fiddler's Island and to the south are Osney Island and th...
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Little Current Swing Bridge
The Little Current Swing Bridge is a swing bridge in the Canadian province of Ontario, located at the community of Little Current in the town of Northeastern Manitoulin and the Islands.
The bridge...
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Puente de la Mujer
Puente de la Mujer (Spanish for "Women's Bridge") is a rotating footbridge for Dock 3 of the Puerto Madero commercial district of Buenos Aires, Argentina. It is of the Cantilever spar cable-stayed br...
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Richard V. Woods Memorial Bridge
The Richard V. Woods Memorial Bridge, (known locally as the Woods Bridge) is a swing bridge that connects downtown Beaufort with Lady's Island and the outer Sea Islands in Beaufort County, South Carol...
Pyrmont Bridge
The Pyrmont Bridge, a swing bridge across Cockle Bay, is located in Darling Harbour, part of Port Jackson, west of the central business district in Sydney, New South Wales, Australia. Opened in 1902, ...
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Pitt River Bridge
The Pitt River Bridge is a cable-stayed bridge that spans the Pitt River between Port Coquitlam and Pitt Meadows in British Columbia, Canada. The bridge is part of Highway 7, carrying Lougheed Highway...
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Glebe Island Bridge
The Glebe Island Bridge is an disused swing bridge over Rozelle Bay in Port Jackson in Sydney, Australia. The bridge, which in the past connected Rozelle to Pyrmont by road, is one of the last remai...
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Point-No-Point Bridge
Point-No-Point Bridge is a railroad bridge crossing the Passaic River between Newark and Kearny, New Jersey in the New Jersey Meadowlands.The swing bridge is the fourth from the river's mouth at Newa...
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Media City Footbridge
The Media City Footbridge is a swing-mechanism footbridge over the Manchester Ship Canal near MediaCityUK. It is an asymmetric cable-stayed swing bridge.It was designed by Gifford and Wilkinson Eyre.T...
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