Pedestrian Bridges Source Wikipedia

ISBN: 9781157003175

Published: August 15th 2011

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44 pages


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Pedestrian Bridges  by  Source Wikipedia

Pedestrian Bridges by Source Wikipedia
August 15th 2011 | Paperback | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, audiobook, mp3, RTF | 44 pages | ISBN: 9781157003175 | 7.57 Mb

Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 43. Chapters: Bridge of Sighs, Luding Bridge, Boardwalk, Footbridge, Kurilpa Bridge, Andreyevsky Bridge, Pont yMorePlease note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online.

Pages: 43. Chapters: Bridge of Sighs, Luding Bridge, Boardwalk, Footbridge, Kurilpa Bridge, Andreyevsky Bridge, Pont y Werin, Pont des Arts, Zubizuri, Goodwill Bridge, Step-stone bridge, Te Rewa Rewa Bridge, Tanners Bridge, Handrail, Hornibrook Bridge, Krasnoluzhsky Bridge, Alkaff Bridge, Passerelle Simone-de-Beauvoir, Passerelle L opold-S dar-Senghor, Passerelle Debilly, Hapenny Bridge, Clapper bridge, Barwon Heads Bridge, Bridges to Prosperity, Packhorse bridge, Dunlop Bridge, Sicklauddsbron, Zig-zag bridge, Puente de la Mujer, Ozimek Suspension Bridge, Skeppsholmsbron, Pedestrian separation structure, Bank Bridge, Onehunga Harbour Road Bridge, Se n OCasey Bridge, Pedro E Ines, Millennium Bridge, Dalys bridge, Zverev Bridge, Onepoto Bridge, Moon bridge, Pont Saint-Louis, Victoria Bridge, Townsville, Morianbron, Seonimgyo Bridge, Covered Bridge, Lovech, Ord Bridge, Sadovnichesky Bridge, Blekholmsbron, Lilla Sj tullsbron, Jade Belt Bridge, Jack Pesch Bridge, Raudsild, Bridge of Four Lions, Tumski Bridge, H?rai Bridge, Hoogholtje bridge.

Excerpt: Luding Bridge (simplified Chinese: traditional Chinese: pinyin: L d ng Qi o) is a bridge over the Dadu River in Luding County, Garz Tibetan Autonomous Prefecture, Sichuan, China, located about 80 kilometers west of the city of Yaan. The bridge dates from the Qing Dynasty and is considered a historical landmark.

In 1935, during the Long March, soldiers of the Fourth Regiment of the Chinese Workers and Peasants Army secured the bridge as a river crossing vital to the Red Army. Fleeing from pursuing Chinese Nationalist forces, the communists found that there were not enough boats to cross the Dadu River (Sichuan province). Thus, they were forced to use Luding Bridge, a Qing dynasty suspension bridge built in 1701. The bridge consisted of thirteen heavy iron chains with a span of some 10...



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