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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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Cyclists and walkers on the Keelman's Way path, on the Gateshead side of the river, pass under a section of the once-busy Scotswood Railway Bridge every day.
06 ( ANI ): The Northern Railways has replaced an old railway bridge in seven hours.
In this paper, a nonlinear analysis method was proposed to evaluate the serviceability of a rail fastening system on a concrete slab track at railway bridge ends.
Among other incidents, the roof of a trailer was torn off when a Turkish truck driver tried to get under the railway bridge at Gledholt Bank in Huddersfield three years ago.
A significant decrease in the fatigue strength under normal stress is expected in case of railway bridges and viaducts made of puddled steel with a service life exceeding 100 years.
The Selly Oak Railway Bridge has been repainted after broadcast engineer Tom Poole highlighted a major problem with graffiti.
Tom Poole says Selly Oak Railway bridge, which straddles the A38, has been targeted by graffiti vandals and is in urgent need of a fresh coat of paint.
Debris from the HGV is scattered across the road after the first crash into the railway bridge.
He also praised construction firm Birse Civils Ltd for meeting the engineering challenge of installing a canal aqueduct and railway bridge with minimal disruption.
Since the tragedy the pressure group Rail Future has campaigned for safety barriers to be installed at vulnerable railway bridges across Britain to avert a similar accident.