bridges stories

 
This is Melbourne's Webb Bridge. It was designed by Denton Corker Marshall and Robert Owen to resemble a Koori eel trap. Part of a public art project, this bridge transformed the now-defunct Webb Rail Bridge into a popular, albeit slightly odd-looking pedestrian overpass.
 
What happens when two countries are next to each other, and cars drive on the left side of the road in one of the countries, and the right side of the road the other? That's the case in Hong Kong and Macau, so creative designers found a way to ease the transition. Enter the Pearl River Necklace bridge.

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