Wednesday, May 28, 2008

The Benjamin Sheares Bridge

The Benjamin Sheares Bridge is the longest bridge in Singapore. It is named after Dr Benjamin Henry Sheares, the 2nd president of the Republic.





Another view of the bridge.

8 comments:

zakscloset said...

that bridge looks very cool and hi-tech! i like the design.

quinttarantino said...

Hi there Alice ... sorry for not visiting for a while!
But work is killing me, and so is putting things straight on my computer world.
Guess I got it for good now.

Great photos here. Congrats.

alicesg said...

Thanks Zak.

Quin, glad everything is ok with your computer.

Jilly said...

What amazing photos of this fabulous bridge. Great shots, great perspective.

evlahos said...

very beautiful and interesting captures.

Jim said...

It looks not only long but tall, do cargo ships have to pass under it?

alicesg said...

Jim, that bridge is above Kallang River. Kallang River is now for recreational activities like kayaking,canoeing and dragon boating. Kallang River is inside the Singapore Island and so no cargo ships.

Lawstude said...

i guess you really cant help but be amazed by man's ingenuity. fantastic bridge alice.