The first one is the Barton Swing Bridge - I'm sure about t'others.
oops - I meant to write - I'm NOT sure about t'others
Some amazing structures there. I like the pivot one.
All bridges are interesting, specially the last one!Beautiful set of pictures!Léia
I have a confession to make dear friend, I come over to visit mainly for these supreb headers...lol. happy bank holiday monday to you and yours.
You blew me away once again with that gorgeous header...but then you know how the beauty of the swan touches my heart.The bridges are amazing., the swing bridge is outstanding. The last one looks like it is also a dam. Very cool entry.BlessYourWeek
The bridges are great!You're capturing them so beautifully! :)Have a good Monday!Betty
I always enjoy seeing your posts, Stewart. The bridges are ALL gorgeous... I love to watch 'Swing Bridges'.. There's one in Little River, South Carolina which we have seen.Hugs,Betsy
wow those are amazing photos, and the description fits each one!
This is a nice variety of bridges. I lived near a swing bridge in South Carolina that kept breaking down. It sure messed up traffic!!
Wow! How cool! We don't ahve anything like this here. Guess I'll have to visit yer neck of the woods someday! Maybe when i win the lottery. ;o)
What a wonderful group of bridges. It's so interesting that they are all different.☼ Sunny
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