cantilever bridge


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bridge constructed of two cantilevers that meet in the middle

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Specifically, he stated that the vertebral column is "strictly and beautifully comparable to the main girder of a double-armed cantilever bridge.
Anderson said the cantilever bridge is safe thanks to routine maintenance, but a long-term solution needs to be found.
Opened in 1890, the cantilever bridge across the River Forth - which is part of Ms Eadie's Dunfermline East constituency - still carries the vital East Coast mainline railway link.
Cantilever Bridges--A cantilever bridge extends out beyond its supporting piers and usually has a span suspended between two outstretched "arms.
With its long, slender neck and even longer, whip-like tail, Diplodocus looked something like a plant-munching cantilever bridge.
When built it was the highest double deck cantilever bridge in the world.
Howrah Bridge: the iconic cantilever bridge built in 1943, connecting the twin cities of Kolkata and Howrah, is still an engineering wonder.