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21 suspension bridges were found for search criteria: MOS . All 21 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: MOS. This will find the bridge if it is pictured on the site, but is not a catenary suspension bridge.
1818 Dryburgh Abbey
Dryburgh and St. Boswells, Scotland, United Kingdom (River Tweed)
Bridgemeister ID:1440
Structurae ID:0008269
References:AAJ, BEM, MOS
Use:Footbridge
Status:Collapsed, 1838
Main cables:Chain (iron)
Suspended spans:1
Main span:260f
Deck width:4.5f
Notes
  • This 1818 bridge was a replacement for the 1817 Dryburgh Abbey suspension bridge which appears to have been primarily a cable-stayed structure and is not included in the inventory. The 1817 bridge failed due to wind in early 1818.
  • Later at same location 1872 Dryburgh Abbey - Dryburgh and St. Boswells, Scotland, United Kingdom. Structurae shows both the 1818 and 1872 bridges.
Print, collection of David Denenberg Newspaper article, collection of David Denenberg
1820 Union
Horncliffe, Berwick-upon-Tweed vicinity, England and Fishwick, Scotland, United Kingdom (River Tweed)
Bridgemeister ID:373
Structurae ID:0000162
Coordinates:N 55.75256 W 2.10677
Maps:Acme, Google, MapQuest
References:AAJ, BBR, BC3, BEM, BOB, HBE, MOS, NTB, PTS2, SBR
Principals:Sir Samuel Brown
Use:Vehicular (one-lane)
Status:In use (last checked, 2009)
Main cables:Chain (iron)
Suspended spans:1
Main span:449f
Deck width:18f
Notes
Newspaper article, collection of David Denenberg Photo by Dave Cooper
1821 Trinity Pier (Newhaven Pier)
Trinity, Edinburgh vicinity, Scotland, United Kingdom (River Forth)
Bridgemeister ID:374
Structurae ID:0008327
References:AAJ, MOS, SBR
Principals:Sir Samuel Brown
Use:Footbridge
Status:Destroyed, 1898
Main cables:Chain (iron)
Main spans:3 x 209f
Deck width:4f
Notes
  • SBR: Chain pier extending into 700 feet into the Forth, with three main spans each of 209 feet. Wrecked by storm, 1898.
1823 (suspension bridge)
Réunion (Mat River)
Bridgemeister ID:1542
References:AAJ, ASB, CAB, MOS
Principals:Marc Brunel
Use:Vehicular (two-lane)
Main cables:Chain (iron)
Suspended spans:1
Main span:131.75f
Notes
  • Réunion was known as "Isle of Bourbon" at this time.
  • MOS: "These bridges were designed by Mr. Brunel, and executed in England, near Sheffield, where they were put together in January, 1823, before being sent out to the Isle de Bourbon."
  • Built as part of same project as 1823 (suspension bridge) - Réunion.
1823 Brighton Pier
Brighton, East Sussex, England, United Kingdom
Bridgemeister ID:376
Structurae ID:0008326
References:AAJ, BEM, BOB, HBE, MOS, SBR
Principals:Sir Samuel Brown
Use:Footbridge
Status:Destroyed, 1896
Main cables:Chain (iron)
Suspended spans:4
Main spans:4 x 255f
Notes
  • SBR: Severely damaged 1833, 1836. Destroyed by storm 1896.
Print, collection of David Denenberg Print, collection of David Denenberg
1823 Saint Antoine
Geneva, Switzerland
Bridgemeister ID:377
Structurae ID:0000895
References:AAJ, GHD, HBE, LAB, MOS, PTS2
Principals:Guillame Henri Dufour, Marc Seguin, Marc-Auguste Pictet
Status:Removed, c.1864
Main cables:Wire (iron)
Suspended spans:2
Main spans:2 x 40m
Deck width:7.5f
1824 Galaure
Saint-Vallier, France (Galaure River)
Bridgemeister ID:1824
Structurae ID:0006498
References:GHD, MOS
Principals:Seguin Brothers
Status:Collapsed, 1844
Main cables:Wire (iron)
Suspended spans:1
Main span:30m
Notes
1825 Tain-Tournon
Tournon-sur-Rhône and Tain, France (Rhône River)
Bridgemeister ID:378
Structurae ID:0000156
References:AAJ, ASB, BBR, BPF, GHD, LAB, MOS, PTS2, TTSB
Principals:Marc Seguin
Use:Vehicular
Status:Removed, 1965
Main cables:Wire (iron)
Suspended spans:2
Main spans:2 x 278.88f
Deck width:13.75f
Notes
1826 Broughton (Gerald Road)
Lancashire, England, United Kingdom (River Irwell)
Bridgemeister ID:379
References:AAJ, BOB, HBE, MOS, SBR
Use:Vehicular
Status:Replaced, 1914
Main cables:Chain (iron)
Main span:145.5f
Deck width:18.25f
Notes
  • Famously collapsed under weight of marching troops April 12, 1831. Was rebuilt and strengthened and eventually replaced in 1914.
1826 Conwy (Conway)
Conwy, Wales, United Kingdom (River Conwy)
Bridgemeister ID:380
Structurae ID:0000447
Coordinates:N 53.280476 W 3.823742
Maps:Acme, Google, MapQuest
References:AAJ, BBR, BC3, BCO, BEM, HBE, MOS, NTB, PTS2
Principals:Thomas Telford
Use:Vehicular
Status:In use, but restricted to foot traffic (last checked, 2013)
Main cables:Chain (iron)
Suspended spans:1
Main span:327f
Notes
Photograph, collection of David Denenberg Photo by Dave Cooper
1826 Invalides
Paris, France (Seine River)
Bridgemeister ID:623
Structurae ID:0000226
References:AAJ, MOS, PTS2
Principals:Claude Navier
Use:Vehicular
Status:Demolished, 1826
Main span:557.5f
Notes
  • Failed when almost complete in 1826. MOS: "On the 6th of September, a water-pipe, which was laid in the ground on the side of the Champs Elysées, and came near the abutments on that side of the river, burst, and, softening the ground about the abutment, it gave way under the strain produced by the weight of the bridge."
  • Replaced by 1829 Invalides (l'Allee-d'Antin) - Paris, France.
1826 Jarnac
Jarnac, France (Charente River)
Bridgemeister ID:1729
References:MOS
Principals:J. P. Quénot
Use:Vehicular
Status:Removed
Main cables:Chain (iron)
Suspended spans:1
Main span:70m
Deck width:7.75m
1826 Menai Strait
Menai Bridge and Bangor vicinity, Wales, United Kingdom (Menai Strait)
Bridgemeister ID:382
Structurae ID:0000091
Coordinates:N 53.221367 W 4.1646
Maps:Acme, Google, MapQuest
References:AAJ, BBR, BC3, BCO, BDU, BEM, BOU, HBE, MOS, NTB, PTS2
Principals:Thomas Telford
Use:Vehicular (two-lane, with walkway)
Status:In use (last checked, 2013)
Main cables:Chain (iron)
Suspended spans:1
Main span:579f
Notes
Photo by David Denenberg Photo by Irene Crest Photo by Michael Levy Photo by Dave Cooper
1827 Hammersmith
London, England, United Kingdom (River Thames)
Bridgemeister ID:386
Structurae ID:0008011
References:AAJ, BEM, BTH, HBE, MOS, NTB, ONF, PTS2
Principals:William Tierney Clark
Use:Vehicular (with walkway)
Status:Replaced
Main cables:Chain
Suspended spans:3
Main span:400f
Side spans:2 x 147f

Notes
Print, collection of David Denenberg.
1828 Arcole (de la Grève)
Paris, France (Seine River)
Bridgemeister ID:625
Structurae ID:0000214
References:AAJ, MOS, PTS2
Principals:Seguin Brothers
Status:Replaced, 1854
Main cables:Wire (iron)
Suspended spans:2
Main spans:2 x 133.86f
Deck width:11.48f
1829 Argentat
Argentat, France (Dordogne River)
Bridgemeister ID:627
References:AAJ, MOS, PTS2
Principals:L. T. Vicat
Use:Vehicular (with walkway)
Status:Replaced, 1903
Main cables:Wire (iron)
Suspended spans:1
Main span:328f
1829 Invalides (l'Allee-d'Antin)
Paris, France (Seine River)
Bridgemeister ID:633
Structurae ID:0000897
References:AAJ, MOS, PTS2
Principals:Marie Fortuné de Vergès, Ferdinand Bayard de la Vingtrie
Use:Vehicular (with walkway)
Status:Replaced, 1855
Main cables:Chain (iron)
Main span:236.5f
Deck width:25.6f

Notes
1830 Bath
Bath, England, United Kingdom (River Avon)
Bridgemeister ID:389
References:AAJ, MOS, SBR
Principals:T. Shaw
Use:Footbridge
Main cables:Chain (iron)
Main span:118f
1831 Findhorn
Forres, Scotland, United Kingdom (River Findhorn)
Bridgemeister ID:391
References:AAJ, MOS, SBR
Principals:Sir Samuel Brown
Use:Vehicular
Status:Removed, 1938
Main cables:Chain (iron)
Suspended spans:1
Notes
  • Was still standing in 1938 when it was bypassed, but was likely demolished some time in 1938.
Postcard, collection of David Denenberg Print, collection of David Denenberg Photo by Dave Cooper
1832 Marlow
Marlow, England, United Kingdom (River Thames)
Bridgemeister ID:394
Structurae ID:0008004
Coordinates:N 51.56735 W 0.773567
Maps:Acme, Google, MapQuest
References:AAJ, BEM, BRB, BTH, MOS, NTB
Principals:William Tierney Clark
Use:Vehicular (with walkway)
Status:In use (last checked, 2011)
Main cables:Chain (iron)
Suspended spans:3
Main span:1
Side spans:2
Deck width:30f
Photo by Dave Cooper
1833 Norfolk
Shoreham, England, United Kingdom (River Adur)
Bridgemeister ID:604
Structurae ID:0008012
References:AAJ, MOS
Principals:William Tierney Clark
Use:Vehicular (with walkway)
Status:Removed
Main cables:Chain (iron)
Suspended spans:3
Main span:284f
Side spans:2
Notes
  • According to MOS, the 284 foot measurement given for this bridge is for the "chord line" of the chains, not the pier-to-pier deck length.
Postcard, collection of David Denenberg



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