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Suspension Bridges of the world (Locationless)..

A cache by Team Piggy Send Message to Owner Message this owner
Hidden : 06/21/2002
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Geocache Description:

Suspension Bridges, one of the marvels of engineering.
There is some famous examples of course, such as the Golden gate Bridge in San Francisco, Califonia, USA.

Find a similar suspension bridge to the Golden gate bridge and log your find with a picture of the bridge with your GPS in the foreground, and a picture of the Bridge.

PLease include details or information about your logged bridge. EG: specifications and interesting facts about your find.
The bridge MUST be of a suitable size and construction to the Golden gate variety of Suspension Bridge.

EG: A Suspension bridge, look at the above photo for an indication of the construction type,or see:

Backyard rope bridges and Pedestrian bridges are not acceptable. It MUST have a similar construction to the above picture.
EG: It must be able to carry vehicular traffic, and have two prominent towers or be unusual or spectacular enough to denote logging.(see 3rd log of this page for unusual).Pictures that do not show the entire bridge will not be accepted, unless very out of the ordinary.

Logs and pictures that do NOT meet all the criteria will be deleted without notification, There has been so many attempted dodgey logs its not funny.
Logs with pictures of Bridges miles away wont be accepted either, make an effort people.

Try to give a bit of info or the background on the bridge structure that you log.
Normal rules apply. One log per person, and a bridge can be logged once only, and cannot be logged on another cache page.

Url for what i class as the best log on this cache so far:

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