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bridge consisting of a series of arches supported by piers used to carry a road (or railroad) over a valley

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For this year, 2018, the amount of P 175 million was earmarked for phase I work of the viaduct construction, DE Junia said during a recent dydm kapihan sa PIA interview.
5 mile circular walk across the viaduct as well as through the Border towns of Melrose, Newstead, Gattonside and Earlston.
As rain falls on the 27-arch viaduct and hits the limestone under the tracks, water runs down the side, leaving the brickwork stained.
It is believed the cyclist may have seen the woman fall from the viaduct at around 10am that morning.
A fire that ravaged a community of informal settlers in Muntinlupa Wednesday morning caused a tower of the National Power Corporation (NPC) to lean towards the Alabang flyover and forced the temporary closing to traffic of the viaduct.
M2 EQUITYBITES-January 16, 2017-Skanska awarded USD134 contract to build new Sixth Street Viaduct in Los Angeles, US
NORDIC BUSINESS REPORT-January 16, 2017-Skanska awarded USD134 contract to build new Sixth Street Viaduct in Los Angeles, US
MONTHS of work to renovate a railway viaduct which carries a popular tourist line will get under way next year, Network Rail has confirmed.
THE 100th anniversary of Penistone Viaduct collapsing has been marked by a rail group.
Caerphilly county borough council has received confirmation that works will take place on the Fiddler's Elbow Viaduct at Abercynon this summer.
The 106-tonne deck beams have now arrived on site at the Astmoor Bridgewater viaduct.
When Pete regains consciousness, he realises with horror that he's hanging perilously from a high viaduct.
The report briefly detailed the erection of the cast iron viaduct spanning the dell.
Lazarov noted that the viaduct at the 61st kilometer and the Bebresh Viaduct at the Hemus motorway were easier to complete and would probably be ready by autumn.
What do you do when you have a 100-year-old pedestrian viaduct perched high on an iconic promontory that draws 1 million visitors a year, but the structure is in danger of catastrophic failure if a vehicle so much as jumps the curb?