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photos found. 1986. Photos on the current page: 15
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Pont de Wandre et pont ferroviaire de l'île Monsin, Liège, Belgique
Pont de Wandre et pont ferroviaire de l'île Monsin, Liège, Belgique
  • Author: claude lina Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2020-07-15 15:13:36
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 50°39'58"N - 5°38'26"O
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Pont du chemin de fer entre le canal de Monsin et la Meuse et Pont de Wandre, Wandre, Liège, Belgium
Pont du chemin de fer entre le canal de Monsin et la Meuse et Pont de Wandre, Wandre, Liège, Belgium
  • Author: claude lina Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2020-07-15 15:07:33
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 50°39'59"N - 5°38'30"O
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Pont de Wandre, Liège, Belgique
Pont de Wandre, Liège, Belgique
  • Author: claude lina Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2020-07-15 14:54:00
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 50°40'33"N - 5°38'30"O
  • Le pont de Wandre relie, en enjambant la Meuse et le canal Albert, Herstal à Liège. Conçu par le bureau d’études René Greisch, il remplace deux ponts indépendants – un sur chaque voie d’eau – devenus obsolètes suite à la mise au gabarit du canal Albert, dont la largeur est passée de 35 à 85 m. Cet ouvrage, inauguré en 1989, vaudra une distinction au bureau qui l’a imaginé, outre une indéniable reconnaissance internationale. Long de 524 m, le pont est un ouvrage haubané à pylône central unique d’une hauteur de 102 m, réalisé en béton armé et précontraint. Les travées principales ont une portée de 168 m (Meuse) et 144 m (canal Albert) et sont suspendues au pylône en Y renversé par 19 haubans (entre 73 et 175 m de longueur espacés tous les 6 m au niveau du tablier). La travée d’approche de la rive gauche est désolidarisée du reste et courbe afin de palier d’éventuels tassements dus à la présence d’anciens puits de mine. La mise en œuvre adoptée a maintenu l’utilisation continue des axes routiers et fluviaux, si bien qu’une grande partie du tablier a été réalisée sur la rive gauche et mise en position par poussage, une technique inédite pour les ponts haubanés. Cette première architecturale mondiale est adéquatement rehaussée par un éclairage de nuit mis en place dès la conception. Depuis 1993, le pont de Wandre est classé monument du patrimoine historique majeur de Belgique. The Wandre bridge links, by spanning the Meuse and the Albert canal, Herstal to Liège. Designed by the René Greisch design office, it replaces two independent bridges - one on each waterway - which had become obsolete following the upgrading of the Albert Canal, whose width was reduced from 35 to 85 m. This work, inaugurated in 1989, will be worth a distinction to the office which imagined it, in addition to an undeniable international recognition. The 524 m long bridge is a cable-stayed structure with a single central pylon, 102 m high, made of reinforced and prestressed concrete. The main spans have a span of 168 m (Meuse) and 144 m (Albert canal) and are suspended from the Y pylon overturned by 19 stay cables (between 73 and 175 m in length spaced every 6 m at the level of the deck). The approach span to the left bank is separated from the rest and curved to compensate for any settlements due to the presence of old mine shafts. The implementation adopted maintained the continuous use of the road and river axes, so much so that a large part of the deck was carried out on the left bank and put into position by pushing, a new technique for cable-stayed bridges. This world architectural first is adequately enhanced by night lighting implemented from the design stage. Since 1993, the Wandre bridge has been classified as a major historical heritage monument in Belgium.
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Pont de Wandre, Liège, Belgique
Pont de Wandre, Liège, Belgique
  • Author: claude lina Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2020-07-15 14:56:08
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 50°40'30"N - 5°38'32"O
  • Je me suis un peu amusé avec le graphisme du pont, ne m'en veuillez pas! ;-) I had a little fun with the graphics of the bridge, don't blame me! ;-)
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Pont de Wandre, Liège, Belgique
Pont de Wandre, Liège, Belgique
  • Author: claude lina Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2020-07-15 14:49:03
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 50°40'26"N - 5°38'28"O
  • Le pont de Wandre relie, en enjambant la Meuse et le canal Albert, Herstal à Liège. Conçu par le bureau d’études René Greisch, il remplace deux ponts indépendants – un sur chaque voie d’eau – devenus obsolètes suite à la mise au gabarit du canal Albert, dont la largeur est passée de 35 à 85 m. Cet ouvrage, inauguré en 1989, vaudra une distinction au bureau qui l’a imaginé, outre une indéniable reconnaissance internationale. Long de 524 m, le pont est un ouvrage haubané à pylône central unique d’une hauteur de 102 m, réalisé en béton armé et précontraint. Les travées principales ont une portée de 168 m (Meuse) et 144 m (canal Albert) et sont suspendues au pylône en Y renversé par 19 haubans (entre 73 et 175 m de longueur espacés tous les 6 m au niveau du tablier). La travée d’approche de la rive gauche est désolidarisée du reste et courbe afin de palier d’éventuels tassements dus à la présence d’anciens puits de mine. La mise en œuvre adoptée a maintenu l’utilisation continue des axes routiers et fluviaux, si bien qu’une grande partie du tablier a été réalisée sur la rive gauche et mise en position par poussage, une technique inédite pour les ponts haubanés. Cette première architecturale mondiale est adéquatement rehaussée par un éclairage de nuit mis en place dès la conception. Depuis 1993, le pont de Wandre est classé monument du patrimoine historique majeur de Belgique. The Wandre bridge links, by spanning the Meuse and the Albert canal, Herstal to Liège. Designed by the René Greisch design office, it replaces two independent bridges - one on each waterway - which had become obsolete following the upgrading of the Albert Canal, whose width was reduced from 35 to 85 m. This work, inaugurated in 1989, will be worth a distinction to the office which imagined it, in addition to an undeniable international recognition. The 524 m long bridge is a cable-stayed structure with a single central pylon, 102 m high, made of reinforced and prestressed concrete. The main spans have a span of 168 m (Meuse) and 144 m (Albert canal) and are suspended from the Y pylon overturned by 19 stay cables (between 73 and 175 m in length spaced every 6 m at the level of the deck). The approach span to the left bank is separated from the rest and curved to compensate for any settlements due to the presence of old mine shafts. The implementation adopted maintained the continuous use of the road and river axes, so much so that a large part of the deck was carried out on the left bank and put into position by pushing, a new technique for cable-stayed bridges. This world architectural first is adequately enhanced by night lighting implemented from the design stage. Since 1993, the Wandre bridge has been classified as a major historical heritage monument in Belgium.
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Pont de Wandre, Liège, Belgique
Pont de Wandre, Liège, Belgique
  • Author: claude lina Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2020-07-15 14:57:36
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 50°40'27"N - 5°38'28"O
  • Le pont de Wandre relie, en enjambant la Meuse et le canal Albert, Herstal à Liège. Conçu par le bureau d’études René Greisch, il remplace deux ponts indépendants – un sur chaque voie d’eau – devenus obsolètes suite à la mise au gabarit du canal Albert, dont la largeur est passée de 35 à 85 m. Cet ouvrage, inauguré en 1989, vaudra une distinction au bureau qui l’a imaginé, outre une indéniable reconnaissance internationale. Long de 524 m, le pont est un ouvrage haubané à pylône central unique d’une hauteur de 102 m, réalisé en béton armé et précontraint. Les travées principales ont une portée de 168 m (Meuse) et 144 m (canal Albert) et sont suspendues au pylône en Y renversé par 19 haubans (entre 73 et 175 m de longueur espacés tous les 6 m au niveau du tablier). La travée d’approche de la rive gauche est désolidarisée du reste et courbe afin de palier d’éventuels tassements dus à la présence d’anciens puits de mine. La mise en œuvre adoptée a maintenu l’utilisation continue des axes routiers et fluviaux, si bien qu’une grande partie du tablier a été réalisée sur la rive gauche et mise en position par poussage, une technique inédite pour les ponts haubanés. Cette première architecturale mondiale est adéquatement rehaussée par un éclairage de nuit mis en place dès la conception. Depuis 1993, le pont de Wandre est classé monument du patrimoine historique majeur de Belgique. The Wandre bridge links, by spanning the Meuse and the Albert canal, Herstal to Liège. Designed by the René Greisch design office, it replaces two independent bridges - one on each waterway - which had become obsolete following the upgrading of the Albert Canal, whose width was reduced from 35 to 85 m. This work, inaugurated in 1989, will be worth a distinction to the office which imagined it, in addition to an undeniable international recognition. The 524 m long bridge is a cable-stayed structure with a single central pylon, 102 m high, made of reinforced and prestressed concrete. The main spans have a span of 168 m (Meuse) and 144 m (Albert canal) and are suspended from the Y pylon overturned by 19 stay cables (between 73 and 175 m in length spaced every 6 m at the level of the deck). The approach span to the left bank is separated from the rest and curved to compensate for any settlements due to the presence of old mine shafts. The implementation adopted maintained the continuous use of the road and river axes, so much so that a large part of the deck was carried out on the left bank and put into position by pushing, a new technique for cable-stayed bridges. This world architectural first is adequately enhanced by night lighting implemented from the design stage. Since 1993, the Wandre bridge has been classified as a major historical heritage monument in Belgium.
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Les Coteaux (Liège 2020)
Les Coteaux (Liège 2020)
  • Author: LiveFromLiege Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2020-06-20 16:57:01
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 50°41'38"N - 5°38'56"O
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NMBS 7752 @ Monsin
NMBS 7752 @ Monsin
  • Author: Peter Van Gestel Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2004-01-25 00:00:00
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 50°39'58"N - 5°38'30"O
  • NMBS 7752 Monsin, Liège lijn 214 B214.13 Diascan 4/20
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  • Author: krakeel Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2019-02-19 12:41:24
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 50°41'14"N - 5°38'11"O
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DB 41 360
DB 41 360
  • Author: happysongs151 Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 1990-03-24 00:00:00
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 50°42'24"N - 5°41'3"O
  • Argenteau 24/03/1990 Z00041
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Les Coteaux (Liège 2020)
Les Coteaux (Liège 2020)
  • Author: LiveFromLiege Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2020-06-20 16:54:05
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 50°41'38"N - 5°38'56"O
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Lost Highway
Lost Highway
  • Author: Nancy Boy - Photographe amateur Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2019-11-15 10:53:57
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 50°41'38"N - 5°36'8"O
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_DHE0370_5DIV
  • Author: Eric Hubert Bierset Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2019-04-16 11:01:54
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 50°42'21"N - 5°40'19"O
  • Gravière Brock
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_DHE0381_5DIV
_DHE0381_5DIV
  • Author: Eric Hubert Bierset Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2019-04-16 11:03:08
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 50°42'21"N - 5°40'19"O
  • Gravière Brock
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_DHE0389_5DIV
_DHE0389_5DIV
  • Author: Eric Hubert Bierset Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2019-04-16 11:04:44
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 50°42'21"N - 5°40'19"O
  • Gravière Brock
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