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A new bridge

A new bridge

A new bridge

Well OK it’s really an old bridge but I only just got around to taking photos. It’s a cable-stayed bridge loosely based on the Batman Bridge near Launceston Tasmania. Read all the info here.

3 Responses to “A new bridge”

  1. Nic Says:

    That,s pretty cool with one exception, the supporting arm is leaning the wrong way. A cable stayed bridge of this type sometimes has a vertical support with a heavy anchor cable but generally they lean ‘away’ from the span so as to offset the downward pull of the bridge cables.

    Other than that, pretty cool and it still looks impressive.

  2. Administrator Says:

    I beg to differ: http://en.structurae.de/structures/data/index.cfm?id=s0000885

  3. Brickley’s Words » Blog Archive » Yet another bridge Says:

    [...] quite a simple one, and really follows on from my last Cable Stayed Bridge, using similar techniques, but with a much different result. The most interesting attribute is that [...]

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