Millennium Bridge


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Millennium Bridge

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1. (Named Buildings) a pedestrian-crossing steel bridge over the River Thames linking the City of London at St Paul's Cathedral with the Tate Modern Gallery at Bankside: it has a span of 325 m (1056 ft)
2. (Civil Engineering) a pedestrian-crossing steel bridge over the River Thames linking the City of London at St Paul's Cathedral with the Tate Modern Gallery at Bankside: it has a span of 325 m (1056 ft)
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But in June 2000, London's Millennium Bridge was closed on the day of its opening when it began swaying violently in the wind as thousands of pedestrian poured across.
Washington, December 17 (ANI): Civil engineers at the University of Bristol say that the reason behind the wobbling that people experienced on the opening day of the London Millennium Bridge lies in the way humans stay balanced while walking.
As the ships departed and the crowds moved from the banks of the river to return the city to normalcy, a single, small boat sailed up the river, past the BALTIC arts center and through the Millennium Bridge, specially raised for the occasion.