pontoon bridge


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pontoon bridge

n.
A temporary floating bridge that uses pontoons for support. Also called bateau bridge.
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Noun1.pontoon bridge - a temporary bridge built over a series of pontoonspontoon bridge - a temporary bridge built over a series of pontoons
bridge, span - a structure that allows people or vehicles to cross an obstacle such as a river or canal or railway etc.
pontoon - (nautical) a floating structure (as a flat-bottomed boat) that serves as a dock or to support a bridge
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Tenders are invited for Re erection maintenance dismantling and watch and ward of pontoon bridge on river sutlej near bop kassoke ferozpur punjab during 2017 18.
It was on February 3, 1943, that the bridge was quietly thrown open to the public, replacing a pontoon bridge linking what was then Calcutta and Howrah.
STAFF at a flooded Merseyside builders' yard used a canoe to move around and built a pontoon bridge for their customers.
Then on through 15 checkpoints run by the Iraqi Army and militia on a long route to West Mosul, crossing the river Tigris over a pontoon bridge.
The 365m-long Floating Bridge is a combination of a plate-girder bridge, a floating pontoon bridge, and a swing bridge.
Then its about 5-minute walk back to Governor's through the 120-meter-long orange pontoon bridge which delightfully contrasts with the green islands and the blue water.
We crossed the Sambre River over a pontoon bridge our engineers had built.
Reachable through a pontoon bridge, this ship can accommodate up to 800 guests and includes a restaurant, 13 apartments, a parlor and a coffee shop.
The obstacles include the Perilous Pontoon Bridge, where racers try to run across more than 100 yards of floating foam pads placed atop a six-foot-deep lake.
With a total length of 365 m and a width of 22 m, the pontoon bridge features six lanes on two identical, mirrored decks spanning the entire Dubai Creek.
Rescuers were pulling luggage from an open plane door to clear the fuselage, and Wu said they planned to build a pontoon bridge to facilitate those efforts.
SEMALKA, Syria -- Trucks and jeeps trundled slowly across the pontoon bridge, packed with refugees, with children poking their dusty heads out of the windows and truck beds.