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Johnson Street Bridge, Victoria

Johnson Street Bridge, Victoria
The Johnson Street Bridge is a bascule bridge that spans the harbour of Victoria, British Columbia. It is commonly referred to as the "Blue Bridge" because of its distinctive blue colour.
The bascule spans were designed by the Strauss Bascule Company Limited and were fabricated in Ontario. The sub-structure was built by the City of Victoria Engineering Department and required 9,144 cubic metres (11,960 cubic yards) of concrete. The bridge was completed in January 1924 at a cost of C$918,000. The bridge originally had street car rails running down the center of the road span, but they were never used, and were removed a few years later. The original wood deck was replaced by a steel grid in 1966 and the steel structure was repainted in 1979 as part of an extensive renovation.
The bridge had two opening spans of 45 m (148 ft) that operate independently, a three-lane highway span of 350 tonnes and a railway span of 150 tons. The approaches are fixed girders, the east is 34 m (112 ft) and the west is 22 m (72 ft). The counterweights are made of hollow concrete and total 780 tonnes. Daily traffic in 2010 is 30,000 trips a day at peak usage, of which 4000 are pedestrians, 3000 cyclists, and 23,000 vehicles. Until 2011, the rail span for the E&N was used twice a day by the Via Rail Dayliner, for trips up the island towards Duncan, Nanaimo and Courtenay. The rail span and counterweight have now been removed. Q: Wikipedia

Larry He's So Fine, Gudrun, FMW51, Hans van Dongen and 5 other people have particularly liked this photo


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 uwschu
uwschu club
klasse, finde ich spannend solche Bauwerke, die in Bewegung sind
3 years ago.
Erika+Manfred club has replied to uwschu club
Wir sind erst mal rübergelaufen, von da hatte man einen schönen Blick auf das Parlamentsgebäude. Dann war auch das Licht passend. Wir haben da noch ein Weilchen am Ufer gesessen und geschaut, war sehr schön.
Viele Grüße, erika
3 years ago.
 Ruesterstaude
Ruesterstaude club
Schöne Abendstimmung an der alten Brücke. Kennst du auch die Blaue Brücke in Dresden?
Viele Grüße außem Ruhrpott!
3 years ago.
Erika+Manfred club has replied to Ruesterstaude club
Ja, wir waren in den 90ern mal in Schirgiswalde und haben auch Dresden besucht mit ausführlicher Stadtführung.
Schönes Wochenende.
3 years ago.
 Little Nightwitch
Little Nightwitch club
Eine interessante Konstruktion in wunderschönen Farben des Abends!

Liebe Grüße
Aleks
3 years ago.
Erika+Manfred club has replied to Little Nightwitch club
Es bot sich an, dort auf die blaue Stunde zu warten. In Victoria sind abends viele Gebäude beleuchtet, war eine schöne Stimmung in der Stadt.
LG
3 years ago.
 Don Sutherland
Don Sutherland club
Great silhouette.
3 years ago.
Erika+Manfred club has replied to Don Sutherland club
This island is very interesting.
3 years ago.
 Léopold
Léopold club
Un pont historique dans une jolie scène maritime.
3 years ago.
 Erika+Manfred
Erika+Manfred club
Merci, Léopold
3 years ago.
 Erika+Manfred
Erika+Manfred club
Thank you, Hans
3 years ago.
 Gudrun
Gudrun club
Vor dem Himmel kommt die Brücke doppelt gut!
3 years ago.

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