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RonDM Plus
7 367 United Kingdom
3 Jul 2021 7:32AM
All things considered an amazing construction

Great picture

dudler Plus
19 2.0k 1965 England
3 Jul 2021 10:41AM
What a location for films, though... And stills, of course!
Certainly seen better days but what an amazing piece of workmanship.

chataignier Plus
9 228 12 France
3 Jul 2021 1:27PM
No precise stress calculations on that one - more like just make it tough and it'll be fine !
taggart Plus
18 47 15 United States
3 Jul 2021 2:40PM
A bridge to avoid , an amazing structure!
3 Jul 2021 7:24PM
Amazing structure, great shot...Lin
Chinga Plus
12 112 3 United Kingdom
4 Jul 2021 4:08PM
Not sure I would want to cross this...Looks precarious... Well seen !!
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IamDora 2 6 Canada
4 Jul 2021 4:53PM
Looks like it might have come on the heels of the gold rush era. Now I have the North to Alaska song stuck in my head!
Dora, you are correct about the gold rush era. I lived in the foothills of CA in the town made famous by Mark Twain, i.e. Angels Camp, which is in Calaveras County. I used to ride horseback into the mountains 10 to 12 miles on narrow trails into the backcountry and old mining camps. There was huge mining equipment strewn everywhere, which had been hauled there by mules and manpower. I was amazed every time I went there at man's ingenuity and stubborn will to complete a task.
Beneath the town of Angeles Camp is a honeycombed system of tunnels and mine shafts and history is everywhere. Beautiful area.
7 Jul 2021 2:35AM
I love those old railroad trestles that were far stronger than the sum of their parts...this one interesting as a combination of wood and steel.

And, of course in Alaska...there is a bridge to nowhere.

And Peter, the tracks and bridges we crossed while looking at the old ones were built the same way... newer wood. They built things stronger than necessary back then.
youcantoo 5 1 United States
20 Jul 2021 8:44AM
Excellent shot...

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