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Wednesday, June 24, 2015

19th century picturesque railway bridge in Tczew, Poland | IN MY LENS


How many pictures of one bridge can you take?

It probably depends on the bridge because of the one in Tczew`s - hundreds! I went there to take pictures for the wall gallery of the interior I am now designing (on the blog soon) whose owners live in Tczew, where the bridge is.
The bridge was built in 1857 as a railway bridge (now it's lost its original function), the longest bridge in Europe and the first iron bridge over the Vistula River. Today the bridge is badly damaged (it was deliberately blown up by the Polish Army in the first days of World War II to block movement of the German army) and is waiting for renovation.


19th century railway bridge in Tczew, Poland


19th century railway bridge in Tczew, Poland


19th century railway bridge in Tczew, Poland


19th century railway bridge in Tczew, Poland


19th century railway bridge in Tczew, Poland


19th century railway bridge in Tczew, Poland


19th century railway bridge in Tczew, Poland


19th century railway bridge in Tczew, Poland


19th century railway bridge in Tczew, Poland


19th century railway bridge in Tczew, Poland


19th century railway bridge in Tczew, Poland


19th century railway bridge in Tczew, Poland


Most kolejowy w Tczewie.


19th century railway bridge in Tczew, Poland


19th century railway bridge in Tczew, Poland



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4 comments:

  1. wspaniałe widoki, krajobrazy i architektura rzecz jasna, do loftu jakiegoś, industrialno- eklektycznego wnętrza przedstawione fotografie- jak znalazł~!

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  2. Wow, these photos are incredible! Can't wait to see the interior when you're done with it with these photos hanging on the walls.

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  3. Thank you Marissa! :) There's ftill a few (3) months left to the publication though - the interior is ready but it's gonna be published together with a marketing campaign of a company I worked for :)

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