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Tacoma Narrows

Wednesday, 1st June 2005 by

This is the Tacoma Narrows Bridge, which is the replacement for the original one which famously collapsed on film in 1940 (the link is to the movie on Wikipedia in ogg format, there’s loads of statistics there too). What’s really cool is the incredible angle on the West part of the bridge! Compare it to the East side, pretty crazy image huh? Cool shadow too. Also, just to the West…

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