Sunday, February 05, 2012

Bridgework

Bridgework

Bridgework

Winter Construction

Bridgework

I have previously shown you two new bridges being constructed along the rail-road line Nynäsbanan, between Västerhaninge and Tungelsta. This is the third. Situated at Krigslida and Håga. The last photo is from a corner of the Håga industrial park, where you can see the bridgework to the far right). The crossing (from where I shot the top photo), closed for traffic last autumn when the work started on this bridge. Back in November I had you guessing on a photo which turned out to be the Krigslida commuter station, and this bridge is only a few hundred meters from that platform. One neighbour (there is always one), has tried his best to stop the new bridge, but luckily for everyone else he failed.

8 comments:

PerthDailyPhoto said...

I'm guessing there will be a few delays in work until this weather clears up a bit Steffe!

Dave-CostaRicaDailyPhoto.com said...

Tough to do construction in your winter weather.

Your comment about the neighbor who opposed the bridge is what in the USA political circles would be called a "NIMBY" argument: not in my back yard.

Birdman said...

Looks like a bridge to nowhere. hahaha

Debbie Courson Smith said...

Construction doesn't stop for weather in my part of the world, either.

Cathy Hudspeth said...

Good to know your country's infrastructure is getting some attention.

Steffe said...

We had a bit of a cold spell over the weekend with -22C last night, but I think the construction workers will be back here tomorrow, they have worked all winter.

Madge @ The View From Right Here said...

That first shot is great, love the perspective!

Steve Scauzillo said...

So the bridge will take auto traffic over the RR tracks. Here in SoCal, they mostly are building underpasses, so the train runs over the boulevard. I'll have to photograph one of those one day. (But we don't have snow!).