Gallery:Concrete Bridges

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Concrete Bridges come in all shapes and forms, form beam bridges to elegant arch bridges and various truss structures. This gallery may be further subdivided in the future

 
Concrete Bridges
 
 
A39 Wadebridge by-pass - Coppermine - 2597.jpg
A39 Wadebridge by-pass

On the viaduct high above the River Camel

Originally uploaded to Coppermine on Jul 04, 2005 by multiraider2
Bridge 14 - Redbour Railway Bridge showing cantilever and centre-span beams.jpg
St. Albans bypass - Bridge 14 - Redbour Railway Bridge showing cantilever and centre-span beam


Bears a striking similarity to this...

http://www.sabre-roads.org.uk/wiki/index.php?title=File:Redbourn_Railway_Bridge_-_Coppermine_-_9562.jpg
Bridge 20 - Beechtree flyover junction carrying northbound carriageway from Park Street over Watford leg.jpg
St. Alband bypass - Bridge 20 - Beechtree flyover junction carrying northbound carriageway from Park Street over Watford leg
Bridge 18 - Breakspears Junction Overbridge from east carriageway. Heap of 'cat's eyes' in foreground.jpg
St. Albans bypass - Bridge 18 - Breakspears Junction Overbridge from east carriageway. Heap of 'cat's eyes' in foreground
Bridge 26 - A414 West Overbridge - Beechtree Flyover Junction with Bridge 20 in background.jpg
St. Alband Bypass - Bridge 26 - A414 West Overbridge - Beechtree Flyover Junction with Bridge 20 in background
Bridge 14 - Redbourn Railway Bridge - southeast corner.jpg
St. Albans Bypass - Bridge 14 - Redbourn Railway Bridge - southeast corner
Churchill Road Bridge, River Avon, Bath - Geograph - 179589.jpg
Churchill Road Bridge, River Avon, Bath Viewed from under Southgate Bridge, looking downstream
Sh93-bridge.jpg
The bridge on the SH93 at Matura
Sh93-bridge2.jpg
The bridge on the SH93 at Matura. The plaque says it was opened on 22/7/1939
The King's Bridge, Belfast - Geograph - 503711.jpg
The King's Bridge, Belfast. The King’s Bridge is the “twin”. The view is from the Annadale Embankment towards the Stranmillis Embankment. The Lagan is flowing from left to right.

 

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