Drone captures chilling footage of Saint Petersburg’s 'PLAGUE FORT’
Two-stage lift of the upper cross beam - The bow-tie
Kamennoostrovsky Bridge spans the Malaya Nevka River and connects Aptekarsky Island with Kamenny Island in Saint Petersburg, Russia. Originally constructed as a floating pontoon bridge in 1760. Between 1811 and 1813, Kamennoostrovsky Bridge became the first seven span timber arch bridge in Russia. In 1859, the bridge was improved with the addition of strut-supported spans. In 1952, the bridge was rebuilt to its current design with five spans.