transporter bridge


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transporter bridge

n
(Civil Engineering) a bridge consisting of a movable platform suspended from cables, for transporting vehicles, etc, across a body of water
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WHAT did the Titanic, the Eiffel Tower and the Transporter Bridge have in common back in 2007?
The original Runcorn-Widnes Transporter Bridge crossed the river Mersey and Manchester Ship Canal and was completed in 1905.
You are bridge builders still" Day Lewis wrote, and this book marks the centenary of the Transporter Bridge.
One of the first sights as you drive into Middlesbrough is the iconic transporter bridge.
Meanwhile, the abseil takes place on Sunday, September 30, off Newport's Transporter Bridge.
Newport's landmark Transporter Bridge is to undergo a massive makeover ahead of its centenary birthday.
Dating back to the era of robust and inventive Victorian engineering, the transporter bridge is not a new idea.
THE top of the Transporter Bridge looked like it had disappeared yesterday morning due to the fog that lay like a blanket over Teesside.
The original caption reads: "On the left is the transporter bridge and on the right the railway bridge.
A PAINTING of the Tees Transporter Bridge, commissioned by the Institution of Civil Engineers (ICE) North East, will be presented to its visitor centre to help commemorate its 100th birthday.
30pm the bikes will leave for the East Bank of the river, to catch the Newport Transporter Bridge, to the West Bank.
the 14-lock canal system and the Transporter Bridge which, built at the turn of the century, used the technology of the time.
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