Gateshead Millennium Bridge

An Elegant Lighting Design for the World's First "Tipping" Bridge

Everyone is familiar with the concept of the bascule bridge, a structure that splits open in the middle, with both halves raised in order to allow ships to pass through. It's a standard engineering concept that has not changed much in decades. Now take a look at the Gateshead Millennium Bridge, a cable-stayed structure that spans 126m (416') across the River Tyne in the north of England. The Gateshead is the worl

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