Il Bridge

Autore: Riccardo Vandoni
Editore: Gremese Editore
ISBN: 9788879448178
Grandezza: 17,13 MB
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Il Bridge

Autore: Mario Cucci
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Grandezza: 77,57 MB
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Il Bridge Naturale Corso Autodidattico

Autore: Mario Cucci
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ISBN: 9788842505280
Grandezza: 28,93 MB
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City Of Lebanon Bridge Over Norfolk Southern Project S R 0000 Section Br Lebanon County

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Il Bridge Per Tutti

Autore: Giovanni Cuscina
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Chicago River Bridges

Autore: Patrick T. McBriarty
Editore: University of Illinois Press
ISBN: 0252097254
Grandezza: 74,64 MB
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Chicago River Bridgespresents the untold history and development of Chicago's iconic bridges, from the first wood footbridge built by a tavern owner in 1832 to the fantastic marvels of steel, concrete, and machinery of today. It is the story of Chicago as seen through its bridges, for it has been the bridges that proved critical in connecting and reconnecting the people, industry, and neighborhoods of a city that is constantly remaking itself. In this book, author Patrick T. McBriarty shows how generations of Chicagoans built (and rebuilt) the thriving city trisected by the Chicago River and linked by its many crossings. This comprehensive guidebook chronicles more than 175 bridges spanning 55 locations along the Main Channel, South Branch, and North Branch of the Chicago River. With new full-color photography of existing bridges and more than one hundred black and white images of bridges past, the book unearths the rich history of Chicago's downtown bridges from the Michigan Avenue Bridge to the often forgotten bridges that once connected thoroughfares such as Rush, Erie, Taylor, and Polk Streets. Throughout, McBriarty delivers new research into the bridges' architectural designs, engineering innovations, and their impact on Chicagoans' daily lives, explaining how the dominance of the "Chicago-style" bascule drawbridge influenced the style and mechanics of bridges worldwide. Interspersed throughout are the human dramas that played out on and around the bridges, such as the floods of 1849 and 1992, the cattle crossing collapse of the Rush Street Bridge, or Vincent "The Schemer" Drucci's Michigan Avenue Bridge jump. A confluence of Chicago history, urban design, and engineering lore, Chicago River Bridges illustrates Chicago's significant contribution to drawbridge innovation and the city's emergence as the drawbridge capital of the world.

Bridge Il Vademecum

Autore: Vincenzo Lillo
Editore: Lulu.com
ISBN: 1291641688
Grandezza: 62,80 MB
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Il Bridge Di Domani

Autore: Nino Ghelli
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Il Bridge Del Giocatore Medio

Autore: Paolo Mercuri
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Best Hikes Near Raleigh Durham And Chapel Hill

Autore: Johnny Molloy
Editore: Rowman & Littlefield
ISBN: 1493017144
Grandezza: 62,32 MB
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This guidebook covers 40 family-friend hikes within 100 miles or about 1 hour from the Raleigh, Durham, and Chapel Hill areas. Colorful and full of easy and moderate hikes, it’s perfect for families and novice hikers. Detailed hike descriptions, at-a-glance specs, and GPS coordinates for every trailhead make this a go-to guide for the area.