No bridge? No problem!
A barge hits the Crimean Bridge (Krymsky Most) in Moscow, Russia.
A train trestle bridge in Durham, North Carolina, is unofficially the toughest bridge in the world. Standing 11 feet and 8 inches high at Peabody and Gregson streets, the railroad bridge is an insurmountable obstacle for drivers of large trucks and other oversized vehicles who seem to ignore big signs and flashing yellow lights.
The Moses Bridge, located in the Netherlands, is a ‘sunken’ pedestrian bridge which gives an illusion of walking through water to the visitors of a close 17th century fort. Designed by RO & AD Architects, the Moses Bridge literally parts the waters that surround the fort, allowing pedestrians to pass through. The bridge is made [...]
A group of crazy Swiss people suspended a hot tub from a bridge. They hung a makeshift Jacuzzi from the Gueuroz Bridge in Switzerland’s Canton Valais, and went for some extreme hot-tubbing 613 feet in the air.
David Parrott, the captain of Alden 58 Aratinga sailing boat puts 80 foot of mast under a bridge on the Intracoastal Waterway. Quite an accomplishment, given that the fixed bridge heights on the ICW are all around 65 feet.
Looks like these Ukrainian teens weren’t spanked enough, because I am sure their parents would give them hell if they had any idea that their kids are climbing steel cables of the Moscow Bridge in Kiev.
First in line there is Sergey Devliashov, the Russian ‘Spiderman’ from Tyumen, who acts like he has a death wish or something because his parkour stunts are downright stupid. Ok, you can argue that he pulls out some amazing stuff, but…
An aqueduct across a highway in Guangdong province, south China, collapsed onto the road in front of an oncoming bus after it was hit by a truck. Passengers screamed when they saw the concrete ahead but the driver managed to stop the bus just feet from the fallen structure and avoid a tragedy.