Mystery Bridge 21: Bahnhofsbruecke

While traveling through a small city, like Flensburg, Germany, it is very important to not only find the bridges that are well known by the majority of the population, but also those that are unknown by many, but have information on its history and significance to the area it serves that is to be discovered. …
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Mystery Bridge 20: The Bridge That Used To House A Bike Shop

  Author’s Note: In the coming weeks, we’ll be returning to Schleswig-Holstein to view some bridges in the region, some of which we’re picking up where we left off from the tour from the last couple years. This is one of many to come… Flensburg, Germany. Located at the German-Danish border, the city of 90,000…
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Sabula-Savanna Bridge To Be Given Away- Any Takers?

Here is a question for many who are involved in marketing historic bridges: 1. What types of bridges have you marketed and sold, 2. How big were they, 3. Were they sold in chunks or in its entirety, 4. did you have to finance the relocation or did the parties do it themselves and 5.…
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Big Four Bridge In Louisville, KY- Open To Pedestrians After Being Idle For 45 Years

In spite of the gloom and doom that we have seen with historic bridges lately, there is a glimmer of hope for some that did receive a new life. For the Big Four Bridge, spanning the Ohio River in Louisville, Kentucky, the bridge received a new lease in life after being abandoned for almost 45…
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