|Name||Just some of the river bridges of Seville, Andalucia, Spain|
|The Bridges||The pictures were taken on a short cruise on the River Guadalquivir|
Puente de Isabel II or Triana Bridge
|Built in 1852 with 3 cast iron arches of 43.5 m span|
|Pictures 7 - 12: Puente del Cachorro||Easily recognisable with its canopies to shelter pedestrians from the sun
Two steel shallow arch box girders form a single span.
|Pictures 14 - 18: Pasarela de la Cartuja||A single steel spine box girder supports a pedestrian bridge that links Seville to the island of La Cartuja.|
|Pictures 20 - 23: Puente de San Telmo||Two spans - one arch bridge and one smooth profile beam bridge.|
|Where||River Guadalquivir, Seville, Spain|
|Latitude||N 37 23' 26"|
|Longitude||W 06 00' 23"|
|Why||Connect various parts of Seville over the River Guadalquivir|
|How to read a bridge||Read more about arches.....
Read more about beams and girders.....
Read more about the book metaphor.....