Monday, March 03, 2008
As with my introductory post of Hornindal Bridge, this month's contribution to Broer som Binder (Bridges between) is again from Norway.
This is the Gamle Bybro, in Trondheim which has views of the old warehouses lining the River Nidelva. The current bridge was built in 1861 to replace an older one from 1681. Just beyond is a special bicycle lift to help cyclists negotiate Brubakken Hill.
It was closed to traffic the day we visited as you can see from this picture taken from the windows of the road-train.
This was the view from the bridge looking upstream.
A full list of participants to Broer som Binder can be found on Runes TX-blog.