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Blue Bridge

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  1. The Blue Bridge, is a 97.3 metre wide bridge that spans the Moika River in Saint Petersburg, Russia. The Blue Bridge is the widest bridge in Saint Petersburg and is sometimes claimed to be the widest bridge in the world — a claim, however, that has not been recognized by international reference works, such as the Guinness World Records.
  2. The Blue Bridge is a four-lane arch-truss bridge connecting Pasco, Washington to Kennewick, Washington. U.S. Route 395 crosses the Columbia River via this bridge. The name comes from the blue paint used on the truss superstructure, with white paint on the suspension beams. The bridge was painted green at time of construction. It is one of three bridges connecting Pasco to the other members of the Tri-Cities of Washington, along with the Cable Bridge to the east and the Interstate 182 Bridge from Richland to the northwest.
  3. Blue Bridge is the name of a bridge in York, England crossing the Foss just above its confluence with the River Ouse. The original bridge on the site was built in 1738, the current one being constructed in 1895.
  4. The Blue Bridge is a curved pedestrian and bicycle bridge connecting the north and south halves of the Reed College campus in Portland, Oregon, United States. The bridge crosses Reed Lake, located within the 28-acre watershed on campus known as the "canyon"; this includes part of the course of Crystal Springs Creek, a tributary of Johnson Creek. The Blue Bridge, completed in 1992, marks the third in a series of bridges that have been commonly referred to as the "cross canyon bridges", signifying their function on campus.


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Google previewThe Yorkshire Anglers' Guide to the Whole of the Fishing on the Yorkshire Rivers (1851)

by Tom Bradley

Blue Bridge is a quarter of a mile below Castle Bridge, and at this point the Foss enters the river Ouse on the low side of York. The total length • of the river is twenty-three and a quarter miles. The Amalgamated Anglers' Association are at the ...

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