Sometimes engineers face unusual problems and then unusual engineering is needed. In this article will be presented some interesting engineering achievements worldwide.
Huge cables need huge reels to be handled. This reel is located on a ship and the cable is supposed to be layed on the ocean bed.
Crossing city streets with heavy traffic could often be dangerous for the pedestrian. This chinese solution makes the junction safer for walkers.
A bridge between two hills… without pillars below. Perfect for bungee enthusiasts, and maybe some amazing photos could be taken from there.
What better shape for an airport terminal than a paper plane?
Peter Cooper Village looks like a small town embedded into the bigger city.
Such spiral shape of the viaduct was probably caused of the train inability to turn sharply in the required direction. Or the architects decided to build it funnier, no one knows for sure.
How to build a basement below a hystorical building? Raise it on a scaffold and continue your job.
This design looks a little unusual with these iron arcs, compared to the other large bridges around the world. Obviously construction is solid and stable enough, so we can simply enjoy the view.
Why crossing the sea with a ship, when you can build a bridge?
This English bridge is intended for pedestrians and cyclists, it will not carry the burden of heavy vehicles such as trucks and cars, so the architects were able to afford more artistic approach.
Chicago iron bridges connect the city of Chicago located on both shores of Chicago River. There are 29 operating moveable bridges in the city.
The famous chinese Bullet Trains.
It reminds of a giant rail road river with inflows.
Here we see how trains change their direction in the railway station.
A bit weird bridge near dam wall.
This airport looks like some kind of a living creature.
When a trailer isn’t enough, just attach wheels to the transportable object and solve the problem!
Yet another railway river.
Amazing night effect from Belgium.
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Innovative building on the South Pole.
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Dutch aqueduct, engineers from Netherlands are famous for their skills about reclaiming land from the sea.
A railway through the Alps in Switzerland.
The wheel operates since 2002 and connects Forth and Clyde Canal to the Union Canal.
Creative road interweaving.
Japanese bay that services ships away from the shallow waters.