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Bridges Collection

Background imageBridges Collection: Isambard Kingdom Brunel with chains

Isambard Kingdom Brunel with chains
Isambard Kingdom Brunel (1806 - 1859) Designer and builder of railroads, bridges, tunnels, steamships, docks &c. pictured in front of the launching chain of the Great Eastern

Background imageBridges Collection: (Old) London Bridge 1616

(Old) London Bridge 1616

Background imageBridges Collection: Runcorn-Widnes Bridge

Runcorn-Widnes Bridge
A striking impression of the then newly built Runcorn - Widnes Bridge, which connects Cheshire with Lancashire, across the Manchester Ship Canal. Date: 1962

Background imageBridges Collection: Newcastle Bridge - Old

Newcastle Bridge - Old
The bridge over the Tyne at Newcastle, with buildings on it, destroyed by flood in 1771

Background imageBridges Collection: Building of Sydney Harbour Bridge by G. H. Davis

Building of Sydney Harbour Bridge by G. H. Davis
Series of diagrams depicting the construction of Sydney Harbour Bridge by ILN special artist, G. H. Davis. At the time of building

Background imageBridges Collection: Newport Bridge 1906

Newport Bridge 1906
Newport Transporter Bridge, Monmouthshire, Wales, is one of the worlds few surviving aerial ferries. It was completed in 1906 by French engineer Ferdinand Arnodin. Date: 1906

Background imageBridges Collection: Putney Bridge 1905

Putney Bridge 1905

Background imageBridges Collection: Newport, County Mayo, Republic of Ireland

Newport, County Mayo, Republic of Ireland. circa 1960s

Background imageBridges Collection: Hammersmith Bridge

Hammersmith Bridge, west London, was the first suspension bridge over the River Thames. It was designed by noted civil engineer Sir Joseph Bazalgette. Date: completed 1887

Background imageBridges Collection: Dartmoor - Two Bridges

Dartmoor - Two Bridges
Two Bridges, Devon Date: circa 1910

Background imageBridges Collection: Bridges on the Tyne

Bridges on the Tyne
The handsome bridges connecting Gateshead and Newcastle-upon-Tyne. The Great Tyne Bridge arches over Stephensons High Level Bridge, a double-decker built in 1846

Background imageBridges Collection: Royal Gorge Bridge

Royal Gorge Bridge
The railway bridge over the Royal Gorge, Colorado : at the time of its construction, it is the highest bridge in the world

Background imageBridges Collection: Two bridges over the River Tamar, Devon and Cornwall

Two bridges over the River Tamar, Devon and Cornwall
Two bridges over the River Tamar, connecting Plymouth, Devon and Saltash, Cornwall. On the left is the Royal Albert Bridge, a railway bridge designed by Brunel and completed in 1859

Background imageBridges Collection: Williamsburg Bridge, New York

Williamsburg Bridge, New York City, America

Background imageBridges Collection: Newcastle upon Tyne

Newcastle upon Tyne after the construction of the High Level and Swing Bridges across the river

Background imageBridges Collection: Forth Bridge Construct

Forth Bridge Construct
The Forth Bridge during construction. Designed by Sir John Fowler (1817- 1898) and Sir Benjamin Baker (1840-1907) and constructed by Sir William Arrol (1839-1913)

Background imageBridges Collection: Connel Ferry Bridge

Connel Ferry Bridge
The Connel Ferry Bridge, the worlds 2nd largest steel cantilever bridge, Argyllshire, Scotland, opened in 1903. The Ballachulish railway line closed in 1966

Background imageBridges Collection: Hammersmith Bridge C1828

Hammersmith Bridge C1828
suspension bridge, with people and boats

Background imageBridges Collection: People salmon netting at Bideford, Devon

People salmon netting at Bideford, Devon
Four people standing in the water salmon netting at Bideford, Devon. Date: circa 1960s

Background imageBridges Collection: Young North Africans dancing on the Paris Quais

Young North Africans dancing on the Paris Quais
Young North Africans (from Algeria) dance on the Paris Quais. Date: circa 1950s

Background imageBridges Collection: Forth Bridge 1899

Forth Bridge 1899
The Forth Bridge from the North 1899 Date: 1899

Background imageBridges Collection: Barton Swing Bridge

Barton Swing Bridge
The Barton Swing Aqueduct is a feat of Victorian civil engineering, at Barton upon Irwell, England. It carries the Bridgewater Canal over the Manchester Ship Canal. Date: completed 1893

Background imageBridges Collection: Pont Des Arts / Paris

Pont Des Arts / Paris
View of this footbridge near the Louvre from the Pont Royal. Named the Passarelle des Arts in 1804 because the Louvre was at that time known as the Palais des Arts

Background imageBridges Collection: I K Brunel / Chain Cdv

I K Brunel / Chain Cdv
ISAMBARD KINGDOM BRUNEL Designer and builder of railroads, bridges, tunnels, steamships, docks &c. pictured in front of the anchor chain of the Great Eastern

Background imageBridges Collection: Lambeth Bridge 1950S

Lambeth Bridge 1950S
Industrial steam tugs passing underneath Lambeth Bridge, London, England

Background imageBridges Collection: Newport, Co. Mayo

Newport, Co. Mayo - a view of the town with bridges and river in the foreground, on a hill can be seen a church. (Location: Republic of Ireland; County Mayo; Newport). Date: circa early 1900s

Background imageBridges Collection: A tug boat passes under Southwark Bridge, London

A tug boat passes under Southwark Bridge, London
A tug boat passes under the newly re-opened Southwark Bridge on the Thames River in London, 1921. St Pauls Cathedral is seen silhouetted in the background. 1921

Background imageBridges Collection: Old London Bridge Dore

Old London Bridge Dore
Old London Bridge at the end of the 17th century

Background imageBridges Collection: Newcastle / Swing Bridge

Newcastle / Swing Bridge
The opening of the new swing bridge at Newcastle-on-Tyne on June 15th 1876. The bridge was designed by William Armstrong

Background imageBridges Collection: Tower Bridge / Scaffolding

Tower Bridge / Scaffolding
Dismantling the scaffolding on the eve of completion

Background imageBridges Collection: I K Brunel / Anon

I K Brunel / Anon
ISAMBARD KINGDOM BRUNEL Designer and builder of railroads, bridges, tunnels, steamships, docks &c

Background imageBridges Collection: Pontoon Bridge at junction of Lough Conn & Lough Cullen

Pontoon Bridge at junction of Lough Conn & Lough Cullen, County Mayo, Republic of Ireland. circa 1970s

Background imageBridges Collection: LCC-LFB Pageants Wharf fire station, Rotherhithe

LCC-LFB Pageants Wharf fire station, Rotherhithe
Built by the London County Council and opened in 1903, Pageants Wharf fire station still stands at 241 Rotherhithe Street, SE16

Background imageBridges Collection: Trent Bridge, Nottingam

Trent Bridge, Nottingam
Trent Bridge, Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, England. Date: 1950s

Background imageBridges Collection: Clink Street, London

Clink Street, London
Close to Southwark Cathedral, Clink Street was the site of the Clink Prison where, in the 16th century, heretics were held; the bridges are used for transportation of goods

Background imageBridges Collection: Chirk Viaduct

Chirk Viaduct
The Chirk Viaduct on the Shrewsbury & Chester Railway erected between 1846-1848 by Henry Robertson. Running alongside is the lower Chirk Aqueduct built 1801 by Telford

Background imageBridges Collection: Runcorn Bridge 1905

Runcorn Bridge 1905
This bridge connected Runcorn and Widnes across the river Mersey. It opened 29 May 1905, replacing the previous ferry. Known locally as " The Car" after its suspension bridge

Background imageBridges Collection: Sydney Bridge Construct

Sydney Bridge Construct
The Sydnet Harbour bridge nearing completion : at the time of its opening, it is the largest suspension bridge in the world

Background imageBridges Collection: Street scene with Royal Albert Bridge, Saltash, Cornwall

Street scene with Royal Albert Bridge, Saltash, Cornwall
Street scene in Saltash, Cornwall, with Brunels Royal Albert Bridge towering above, crossing the River Tamar between Plymouth, Devon, and Saltash, Cornwall. Date: 1960s

Background imageBridges Collection: Rail and Road Bridges, Randalstown, Co. Antrim

Rail and Road Bridges, Randalstown, Co. Antrim - a view of two stone arched bridges over the river Maine. (Location: Northern Ireland; County Antrim; Randalstown). Date: circa early 1900s

Background imageBridges Collection: The Mandarin wallpaper design

The Mandarin wallpaper design
Chinese wallpaper design entitled The Mandarin, depicting Chinese houses and many bridges crossing over the river. 1922

Background imageBridges Collection: Runcorn-Widnes Bridge

Runcorn-Widnes Bridge
A striking impression of the then newly built Runcorn - Widnes Bridge, which connects Cheshire with Lancashire, across the Manchester Ship Canal. Date: 1962

Background imageBridges Collection: Machynlleth Bridge

Machynlleth Bridge
The bridge over the River Dovey at Machynlleth, Montgomeryshire, Wales. Date: circa 1805

Background imageBridges Collection: Railway Arch Newcastle

Railway Arch Newcastle
The railway arch over Dean Street, Newcastle upon Tyne, connecting the York and Berwick railway. It was opened by George Hudson, M.P. on 29 August 1848

Background imageBridges Collection: London / Westminster / C1700

London / Westminster / C1700
A view of the bridge and the surrounding area, including several landmarks such as the Cathedral and Lambeth Palace

Background imageBridges Collection: Tower Bridge Design 1883

Tower Bridge Design 1883
original architects design

Background imageBridges Collection: Berwick and Bridges

Berwick and Bridges
The bridges and harbour of Berwick-upon-Tweed, Northumberland, seen from the northwest, in Scotland : England is across the Tweed

Background imageBridges Collection: Pasadena, California

Pasadena, California
Arroyo Seco, Colorado Street Bridge, Hotel Vista del Arroyo, Pasadena, California, America



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