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3 suspension bridges were found for search criteria: ALPS . All 3 bridges from the search results appear below. Wherever you see a "Bridgemeister ID" number you can click it to isolate the bridge on its own page. If you don't see what you were looking for, try an image search with the same criteria: ALPS. This will find the bridge if it is pictured on the site, but is not a catenary suspension bridge.
1995 Pitzenklammbrücke
Arzl im Piztal, Austria
Bridgemeister ID:1438
Structurae ID:0005194
Coordinates:N 47.20288 E 10.76999
Maps:Acme, Google, MapQuest
References:ALPS
Principals:Ferdinand Tschemmernegg, Helmut Hammer, Henrik Wahlberg
Use:Footbridge and Pipeline
Status:In use (last checked, 2007)
Main cables:Wire (steel)
Suspended spans:1
Main span:137.7m
Deck width:1.7m
2000 Minami Alps Sesso
Honkawane, Haibara District, Shizuoka Prefecture, Japan
Bridgemeister ID:1923
Use:Footbridge
Status:In use (last checked, 2005)
Main cables:Wire (steel)
Suspended spans:3
Main span:160m
Side spans:2 x 30m
Blaney (Trinity Alps Resort)
Trinity Alps, California, USA (Stuart Fork Trinity River)
Bridgemeister ID:931
O'Donnell ID:433
Coordinates:N 40.85663 W 122.88776
Maps:Acme, Google, MapQuest
Use:Footbridge
Status:In use (last checked, 2007)
Main cables:Wire (steel)
Suspended spans:1
Main span:~168f
Notes
  • Asymmetrical bridge with one tower much taller than the other. The larger tower appears to have been added in 2003 when the bridge was rebuilt following an August 2002 collapse due to a rusted cable. A sign on the current bridge reads "Blaney Bridge, Engineered by Colin Blaney, 2003," but there has been a suspension bridge at this location since before 2003. Follow the photo showing the damaged bridge for more information.
Photo by Patrick S. O'Donnell Photo by Bruce Gapinski



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