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Moving Bridges
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A category for swing bridges, drawbridges and other types of moving bridges.
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This category is for moving bridges, such as swing bridges, drawbridges, curling bridges, folding bridges, retractable bridges, tilt bridges and transporter bridges. (Note that there is a separate category for vertical lift bridges, please don't post those here.)
Instructions for Posting a Moving Bridges Waymark:
Post the coordinates of the bridge, and a photo or two in addition to a description of the bridge, and any interesting information you may have. If the bridge is in use, try to get pictures in both open and closed state.
Instructions for Visiting a Waymark in this Category:
Take a picture of the bridge and record the exact coordinates where the picture was taken.
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Image for Leonard B Smith Bridge - Willemstad, Curacaoview gallery

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Moving BridgesLeonard B Smith Bridge - Willemstad, Curacao

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A small double-leaf pedestrian drawbridge built in honor of the architect of a famous swinging wooden pontoon bridge nearby.

posted by: Groundspeak Premium Member Raven

location: Curaçao

date approved: 1/9/2014

last visited: 3/14/2015

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Moving BridgesQueen Emma Pontoon Bridge

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16 floating pontoon boats support the “Pontoon Bridge.” It swings open using two powerful ship motors, allowing ships to access the port.

posted by: Groundspeak Premium Member Go Boilers!

location: Curaçao

date approved: 3/9/2011

last visited: 3/10/2015

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