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Repairs to Underside of Bridge Deck. Track Possession Working. http://www.rssprojects.com/Case Studies/kennilworth-road-railway-bridge

Repairs to Underside of Bridge Deck. Track Possession Working. http://www.rssprojects.com/Case Studies/kennilworth-road-railway-bridge

The double-decker bridge was initially designed to carry opposite road traffic; however this was changed, and today the top deck carries a railway line. With the above suggestions included in your sightseeing Porto itinerary, you can be sure of having a great time in the city. For More Information Visit https://www.touristtube.com/Things-to-do-in-Porto

The double-decker bridge was initially designed to carry opposite road traffic; however this was changed, and today the top deck carries a railway line. With the above suggestions included in your sightseeing Porto itinerary, you can be sure of having a great time in the city. For More Information Visit https://www.touristtube.com/Things-to-do-in-Porto

L1M2AP3 - Lines and Symmetrical Taken from the top deck of a double decker bus in Sydney, leaving Central Railway Station. This is the road that leads down the bridge. I captured it with the road lines in mind, but upon closer observation, I noticed that the cars were also symmetrical and in line. Settings used were: ISO 200, f/4.5, 40mm, 1/800sec

L1M2AP3 - Lines and Symmetrical Taken from the top deck of a double decker bus in Sydney, leaving Central Railway Station. This is the road that leads down the bridge. I captured it with the road lines in mind, but upon closer observation, I noticed that the cars were also symmetrical and in line. Settings used were: ISO 200, f/4.5, 40mm, 1/800sec

Double deck horse-drawn knifeboard tram no 296, operating between Aldersgate Street and Clapton. Vehicle is seen in service, and has just passed under the North London Railway bridge across Mare Street at Hackney. The tram is empty, as is the road, apart from another tram just visible behind the first (circa 1888).

Double deck horse-drawn knifeboard tram no 296, operating between Aldersgate Street and Clapton. Vehicle is seen in service, and has just passed under the North London Railway bridge across Mare Street at Hackney. The tram is empty, as is the road, apart from another tram just visible behind the first (circa 1888).

ATSF Railway train symbol 883 on deck girder bridge over Holy Moses Wash near Kingman, AZ

ATSF Railway train symbol 883 on deck girder bridge over Holy Moses Wash near Kingman, AZ

One of three self-contained cast iron arch railway bridges constructed as part of Stephenson's Manchester & Leeds Railway. This one, which crosses the Rochdale Canal, is the only one still in use. This type of bridge -- an arch supporting the deck system using hangers -- was introduced into Britain by George Leather, a Leeds engineer. It was first used for road bridges over rivers (1830s) and later for railway viaducts.  See also Stanley Ferry Aqueduct…

Gauxholme Lower Lock 22 and Gauxholme Railway Viaduct Roch…

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