|June 2011 (36.418 Degrees, 140.434 Degrees) Kunita Bridge|
A repaired column on the Kunita Bridge. This damaged column was epoxy grouted and then wrapped in a fiber composite. It looks like the soil around the column liquefied during the earthquake.
I often go to Google Earth to find information about the bridges that I put in my blog. When I was looking for information about bridges in Tokyo, Google Earth was crowded with information but there was no information for any of the bridges crossing the Nakagawa in Ibaraki.
Ibaraki, Japan's Bridges: Kunita Bridge across the Nakagawa (2) by Mark Yashinsky is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 3.0 United States License.
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