3/11/16

bridges

Even after almost 10 years, I find it quaint that most of the bridges that are in rural areas are still one lane--even those that are on main thoroughfares.
The bridge above is the Kawarau Suspension Bridge where bungy jumping began.


The Ophir Bridge

Below is the Taramakau road/rail combination Bridge

9 comments:

Margaret Adamson said...

What a wonderful selection of bridges you have shown us today.

John said...

One lane and no lights ?

Gayle atMuldoon said...

Those are intriguing bridges. Thanks for sharing.

Jackie Mc Guinness said...

Been across that bridge!!!

Donna said...

Now that is rather amazing about the bridges!

Rhonda Albom said...

Fantastic variety of bridges in New Zealand, and great job capturing these. It baffles me too - the one lane bridges on some of the bigger roads.

Marie C said...

Great views of al the bridges!

Tara Schatz said...

Ooh, nice diversity of bridges. We have a lot of one lane bridges here in Vermont too. All the locals are used to them, but I do think it baffles the tourists.

Mary K.- The Boondocks Blog said...

Great photos, and such an eclectic collection Betty!