Monday, March 15, 2010

Chilean Bridges: President Frei Bridge

We drove today from Santiago almost 700 km south as we began studying bridge damage from the February 27th (M8.8) earthquake (I felt a small aftershock as I wrote this sentence).

Surprisingly, there is a suspension bridge (as well as many old steam powered tractors) in Carahue Chile. The bridge was named after President Frei of Chile and it crosses the broad Imperial River.

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1 comment:

Anonymous said...

An iphone! What kind of engineer, oh wait I have one too...

Hey Mark be careful down there and thanks for helping the people of Chile!