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Pipe Cutting is Essential For Modern Bridge Design

This website serves as a catalogue or engineering marvels all over the world.  There are old bridges and new bridges, and even although they all serve the same purpose, they all do it differently.  Some bridges cross water, while other cross vast valleys, and the environment that it is designed to work in plays a […]

The Tay Bridge Disaster

In 1879 on the 28th December, a violent storm swept across Scotland.  On the East coast of Scotland lies Dundee, and the Tay Rail Bridge which spans the river Tay, a vital link for Dundee and Edinburgh. The storm raged over the bridge as a train crossed over it and the bridge collapsed and the […]

Indian Restaurant Glasgow Merchant City Influence On Your Business

The influence which trips to the Indian restaurant Glasgow merchant city can have on your business should not be understated. Companies can regularly fail to fully appreciate the importance of their business providing their employee with motivation on a regular basis. Companies who underestimate the need for their firm to do all they can to […]

Brooklyn Bridge in New York, USA

One of the oldest suspension bridges in the USA, the Brooklyn Bridge was build over the East River, linking two most famous New York boroughs, Brooklyn and Manhattan ever since 1883, when it was completed. The Brooklyn Bridge is an important part of the modern New York as we know it, with over 123,000 people […]

Vasco da Gama Bridge in Lisbon, Portugal

The Vasco da Gama Bridge is a modern cable style bridge that charts traffic across the Tagus River in Lisbon, Portugal. This bridge, with its viaducts, is now the longest bridge in all of Europe. The bridge was opened in 1998, in time to commemorate the 500th anniversary of Vasco da Gama’s discovery of a […]

Puente de Toledo in Madrid, Spain

Puente de Toledo is a beautiful bridge in the heart of Madrid over the River Manzanare. Puente de Toledo was built in the 18th century by Pedro di Ribera, on the orders of Felipe V. It was built on the site of an old bridge that was destroyed by floods. The architecture of this bridge is […]

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