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Jun 08, 2019 05:48 |  #2251

Terry,
The top photo is amazing!


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Jun 09, 2019 11:06 |  #2252

Old bridges really are fun to photograph.

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Jun 09, 2019 14:27 |  #2253

Ben Franklin bridge in Philadelphia from yesterday morning


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Jun 09, 2019 16:19 |  #2254

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Jun 09, 2019 18:03 |  #2255

Well done! I love how you caught the light on the bridge railings!



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Jun 09, 2019 20:17 |  #2256

NCSA197 wrote in post #18874878 (external link)
Old bridges really are fun to photograph.

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If it were possible I would give ya 10 LIKES for this picture! I have said this before, I LOVE old steel bridges!

I just wish they did not rust away.


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Jun 10, 2019 08:02 |  #2257

Thank you very much!

Timphoto wrote in post #18875089 (external link)
Well done! I love how you caught the light on the bridge railings!


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Jun 10, 2019 08:34 |  #2258

Railway bridge in Oberwiesenthal (Germany). Unfortunately, it snowed heavily.


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Jun 10, 2019 09:11 |  #2259

My Windows wallpaper of the moment. Breath taking!
Thank you, SJA!

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My Windows wallpaper of the moment. Breath taking!
Thank you, SJA!


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Jun 11, 2019 07:40 |  #2260

icopus wrote in post #18875360 (external link)
My Windows wallpaper of the moment. Breath taking!
Thank you, SJA!

Aww thank you! :-D I really appreciate that!


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Jun 11, 2019 15:50 |  #2261

Lubos-PM wrote in post #18875351 (external link)
Railway bridge in Oberwiesenthal (Germany). Unfortunately, it snowed heavily.

Beautiful.
I like these, not despite the snow, but because of it.
I've worked on bridges in such conditions and it's part of life that you've captured beautifully.

Magnificent structure and train.



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Jun 13, 2019 22:33 |  #2262

Another Forth Bridge


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Jun 14, 2019 00:40 as a reply to  @ james9631's post |  #2263

Pray tell, what is a 'Forth Bridge'?


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Jun 14, 2019 00:54 |  #2264

jeffreybehr wrote in post #18877410 (external link)
Pray tell, what is a 'Forth Bridge'?

Well, being a sasunnach, I'd hazard a guess at it being one of the bridges over the river Forth. In this particular case the most famous one.


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Jun 14, 2019 02:50 |  #2265

jeffreybehr wrote in post #18877410 (external link)
Pray tell, what is a 'Forth Bridge'?

In this instance its
crossing the Forth estuary in Scotland, had the world’s longest spans (541 m) when it opened in 1890. It remains one of the greatest cantilever trussed bridges and continues to carry passengers and freight. Its distinctive industrial aesthetic is the result of a forthright and unadorned display of its structural components. Innovative in style, materials and scale, the Forth Bridge marks an important milestone in bridge design and construction during the period when railways came to dominate long-distance land travel.

There are other 'Forth' bridges, one near us, but nothing of the Scottish grandeur.

The one posted is magnificent, and beautifully captured



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