Bridge Thread. In the middle of all the crap that /b/ is filled with these days, someone posted a bridge thread which died in a few posts. Here's my attempt to start it again.
My local bridge, Clifton in Bristol UK, designed by Brunel.
And also near me, the first Severn Bridge.
And more recently, we got the second Severn Bridge.
This one is nearly a mile long and has a cycle path on the north side looking up the river. Stopping half way across, high up in a big wide open space is neat when you live in the city.
>round shape bridge that end in the water...
FFS engineers these days...
Further up the Severn is Iron Bridge, the first big bridge to be made of cast iron, in 1781.
Can I post fantasy bridges OP?
This marvelous bridge was built in 1942 in Germany.
Because you could cross a winding river from 4 sides, it was revolutionary at the time.
It has sadly been destroyed in the war, that's why we only have these wonderful artistic expressions here.
Bridge over the River Kwai
"The bridge crosses the valley of the river Tarn near Millau and on cloudy days the bridge appears to almost float on the clouds. It was designed by the English architect Lord Norman Foster, cost £272 million and was entirely privately financed. French President Jacques Chirac called the bridge ‘a miracle of equilibrium’"
The f u sai!?
Bridge to Terabithea
>passing through the gate of the great pelvis
>minus one dead kid
Great suicide spot 10/10 Cornell students love it
There's a documentary about the Golden Gate bridge as a suicide hotspot. In the documentary they interviewed a guy that jumped and lived. The Coast Guard fished him out of the water and took him to the hospital. He said as soon as his hands left the rails, he felt instant regret.
Not the best looking bridge in portland but still my favorite because it spans two states. Washington and Oregon