- Mystery Bridge Nr. 24: The Red Rock Bridges
- Newsflyer: 15 May 2013
- Waldo-Hancock Bridge Coming Down
- Traer Bridge to be replaced by loggers.
- Name that bridge type: A mystery bridge made of salt.
- Loving ode to bridge poets: Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
- Waldo Hancock Suspension Bridge coming down- but how?
Tag Archives: Missouri
So far this year, it has been Dr. Jeckyl and Mr. Hyde when it comes to historic bridges being preserved in comparison to those that are on the way to the scrap heap. For the latter in this Newsflyer, … Continue reading
The repairs will short term while a permanent solution is being sought out for the bridge. After three years of politicking, fund-raising, public speeches and publicity from all sides of the spectrum, residents of Ozark, Missouri and Christian County are … Continue reading
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 … Continue reading
At the beginning of this year, fellow pontist James Baughn predicted in his website, the Historic and Notable Bridges of the US, that there would be fewer demolitions for 2013, providing hope for many people wanting to save their historic … Continue reading
As the month of November comes to an end, so will be the month where all kinds of crazy events that has happened, which has to do with historic bridges and ways to preserve or destroy them. Apart from the … Continue reading
This mystery bridge article starts off with a pop quiz- three questions to be exact: 1. What bridges do you know that are named after a politician? 2. Which was the very first bridge that was named after a … Continue reading
There is usually a problem when it comes to preserving historic bridges and that is the question of ownership and liability. Most of the time agencies and parties involved in a historic bridge in question usually pass the buck (or … Continue reading
1 August, 2007: Five Years Later: How the Minneapolis Bridge Disaster changed the way we look at Bridges
It was a day like no other in the summer time: thousands of people leaving their workplaces to get home with others taking their children to a baseball game in the middle of the city. It was a hot summer … Continue reading
There is a saying that was mentioned in an interview about Feng Shui and architecture in China, which states “If a person does not believe in ancient philosophies, it does not necessarily mean that it exists.” It is hard … Continue reading