Saturday, September 12, 2009

World's Most Dangerous Bridges

Hussaini - Borit Lake, Pakistan


















Inca Rope Bridge - Inca rope bridges were simple suspension bridges over canyons and gorges (pongos) to provide access for the Inca Empire. Bridges of this type were suitable for use since the Inca people did not use wheeled transport - traffic was limited to pedestrians and livestock.









The Yangtze River, or Chang Jiang Bridge



A Footbridge over the Kotmale Oya - The Kotmale Oya (or Kothmale Oya) is a river in Sri Lanka. It is a tributary of the Mahaweli Ganga. The Kotmale begins as the Agra Oya, in the Horton Plains.



The Bridge over the River Arun



Canyon Creek, Oregon



Carrick-a-Rede Rope Bridge - Carrick-a-Rede Rope Bridge is a rope suspension bridge near, Ballintoy, County Antrim, Northern Ireland. The bridge links the mainland to the tiny Carrick Island.







Glen Nevis Wire Rope Bridge - Glen Nevis is a beautiful and popular glen in Lochaber, Highland, Scotland, with Fort William at its foot. It is bordered to the south by the Mamore range, and to the north by the highest mountains in the British Isles: Ben Nevis, Càrn Mor Dearg, Aonach Mòr, and Aonach Beag. It is home to one of the three highest waterfalls in Scotland, Steall Falls, where the Allt Coire a'Mhail joins the Water of Nevis in the glen.

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