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Hungerford Footbridge, London, England (1845)
  • Suspension footbridge designed by Isambard Kingdom Brunel. Opened in 1845, it was demolished in 1862 and replaced by the Charing Cross Railway Bridge. The wrought iron chains were then used to complete the Clifton Suspension Bridge.
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Marlow Suspension Bridge, England

Utilisé pour : Marlow Bridge

  • A wrought iron chain link suspension road bridge crossing the River Thames, with a longest span of 72m/235ft. Designed by William Tierney Clark, its construction began in 1829 and the bridge opened in 1832.
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Chepstow Railway Bridge, United Kingdom
  • This bridge links Wales and England, crossing the River Wye at Chepstow. It was designed by Isambard Kingdom Brunel using an innovative method of box girders constructed of wrought iron tubes. Built between 1849 and 1852, with a length of 183m/600 ft, the Chepstow bridge was a forerunner of Brunel's Royal Albert railway bridge at Saltash. The superstructure was replaced in 1962, but the original cylindrical bridge piers and south west abutment remain.
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Bristol Bridge, Bristol, England 1 0
Bidwell Bar Bridge, Oroville, California, United States (1856) 1 0
Dresden Suspension Bridge, Dresden, United States (1853) 1 0
Dryburgh Suspension Bridge, Dryburgh, Scotland (1872)

Utilisé pour : Dryburgh Abbey Bridge

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Essex-Merrimac Chain Bridge, Newburyport, United States (1910)

Utilisé pour : Newburyport Chain Bridge, The Chain Bridge, New Old Chain Bridge

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The Iron Bridge, Ironbridge, England 1 0