viernes, 26 de noviembre de 2010

Iron Bridge.

That bridge was opened to traffic in 1902, but since 2003, is a pedestrian bridge (in 2001 it was closed to the public, and in 2002 began the work). It is known as the Puente de Hierro (Iron Bridge) or Puente Nuevo (New Bridge), because in the city of Murcia, until then, there was only one bridge, the Old Bridge.
Pedestrian it was decided, because the bridge could not withstand the current traffic since the early twentieth century, the number of vehicles had substantially lower
The river, Segura.

2 comentarios:

Anónimo dijo...

The bridge looks much like some we have over here. I like the clouds in your sky too.

jamr dijo...

¡Menuda coincidencia! Además no es de cualquier puente, si no de un puente de hierro practicamente idéntico. En Valladolid, se llama Puente Colgante.