This is a list of all 3 bridges from the suspension bridge inventory for the country Philippines. Wherever you see a "Bridgemeister ID" number you can click it to isolate the bridge on its own page. Click here to go to the list of countries.
|1852 Colgante de Manila (Claveria)|
|Manila, Philippines (Pasig River)|
- Rene Sumodobila writes: "It had a single lane in each travel way to allow passage of horse-drawn carriages and a pedestrian island in the middle. The Puente Colgante is said to be first suspension bridge in the Far East. The bridge materials were imported from England by Matia Menchacatorre y Cia, a Spanish company, in joint venture with Ayala y Cia, a local company. The contruction was supervised by M. Gabaud, a French engineer. Inaugurated in January 4, 1852, it went into service until 1940 in order to give way to the modern-day Quezon Bridge"
|Pandar, Lanao Province, Mindanao, Philippines|
|Magapit, Lallo vicinity, Cagayan, Philippines (Cagayan River)|
|Use:||Vehicular (two-lane heavy)|
|Status:||In use (last checked, 2004)|
|Main cables:||Wire (steel)|
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