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Bridge

1. In broadcasting, a fade-out between two scenes indicating a transition.

2. An advertisement in a magazine or other periodical that goes across two pages.
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This construction was a part of the process of replacing 100-year-old railway bridges on the Saharanpur-Lucknow route where speed restriction was in force from last five years.
The Examiner reported last month how lorry drivers were using a company's car park to turn vehicles around after realising their vehicles were too high to get under the railway bridge at Park Road in Elland.
Signs of corrosion on the Barry Island railway bridge
The prank film of a "gorilla" using a drone on top of the Wylam Railway Bridge in Northumberland
No, the Tay bridge is Scotland's longest railway bridge measuing 2.
15pm on Monday, June 8, to assist the police with an incident involving a person in distress on a railway bridge over the River Blyth.
Eyewitnesses said five youths, all in their late teens, were sitting in the middle of the railway bridge when they saw a train coming towards them.
Captain James Cook, as a boy, walked with his parents along this path from Stewart Park to St Cuthbert's Church in Church Lane, Ormesby - no railway bridge then.
Summary: A double-decker bus has had it's top ripped off after crashing into a low railway bridge in Essex.
A WOMAN had to be cut free from her car after it crashed head-on into a railway bridge barrier.
A MAN who lived under a railway bridge for nine years has become a panto star - and hopes it could change his life.