28 april 2017


On our way to and back from the North Sea coast, earlier this month, we crossed the new Zandhazenbrug near the town of Muiderberg. The name of the bridge refers to an old nickname of the residents of Muiderberg, apparently they were called 'zandhazen' (lit: 'sand hares'), a name soldiers in the army sometimes get.
The bridge is a railway bridge with a span length of 255 m, and is in use since August 2016. It is part of the Weesp-Lelystad railway, known as the Flevolijn.

I'm linking to Skywatch Friday.

14 opmerkingen:

  1. Ja het is een imposante brug, we habben hem stuk voor stuk zien bouwen naast de weg.

  2. I never can resist an arch shaped bridge Marleen ☺ that's quite a wide span it needs to cross the freeway!

  3. Bridges like this are amazing feats of engineering! I like the sky too!

  4. Such a fantastic structure. It looks massive and sturdy. I can't remember seeing anything quite like it in the U.S.

  5. Wonderful composition of that magnificent sky and bridge photo ~ thanks,

    Wishing you a fun weekend ~ ^_^

  6. A well built bridge, nice, new and attractive. Nice photo, Marleen.
    Have a wonderful weekend.

  7. What amazing architecture! Thanks for sharing. Have a great day. Jo

  8. een sierlijke boogbrug met een bijzonder grote overspanning..

    knap gefotografeerd Marleen



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