Rolling Bridge: Bridge Scrolling

Rolling Bridge is a bridge that can roll itself without human assistance. Rolling Bridge designed by Heatherwick Studio. The award-winning Rolling Bridge is located in Paddington Basin, London. Instead of using conventional open the bridge mechanism, consisting of a single rigid element that rises to let boats pass, the Rolling Bridge to roll themselves up to the two ends meet. When in a horizontal position, the bridge is a bridge of iron and wood pedestrian normal; fully open, the bridge is in a circle on one side that is different from the straight position. Twelve feet in length, the bridge is made by eight pieces of iron and wood, and made ​​curved by hydraulic power mounted on the handrail of each section.

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