Views:5028|Rating:4.96|View Time:12:37Minutes|Likes:807|Dislikes:7 At one point you hear and see something fall from the side of the bridge. I didn’t notice it at the time. What are yall’s thoughts on it.
Views:91725|Rating:4.84|View Time:4:6Minutes|Likes:598|Dislikes:20 “Water Under the Bridge” by Adele from the album 25, Covered by For A Season. This is a one take lyric video filmed in Tony & Ada’s Cafe in Cape Coral FL. For A Season’s Debut Album “I Will Wait”
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Views:1532|Rating:5.00|View Time:1:15Minutes|Likes:5|Dislikes:0 Cape Fear River. This video is from the Person St bridge. The water is so high, that there were so many people constantly going on that bridge to look at it. Even WRAL was on there.
The river is touching the Rail Road Track bridge and the water is usually about 30 ft underneath that bridge!! The level is usually about 13 ft at the sensor and it crested over 58 ft. It rose 45 ft !!!
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Views:627|Rating:1.67|View Time:38Minutes|Likes:1|Dislikes:2 Stomper Alan was shocked when he came across an old man urinating in public on a pedestrian overhead bridge in front of Novena Church. Full story at:
Views:124|Rating:0.00|View Time:2:4Minutes|Likes:|Dislikes: We began a homeless outreach a few years ago with nothing more than a few volunteers, some lunch bags, and a desire to touch the poor, the hurting and the hopeless under a bridge. God has tremendously blessed our outreach efforts since that time. Now we meet the 3rd Sunday of the month to conduct a full heartfelt outreach service complete with live uplifting music, freshly cooked meals (compliments of Runners Refuge), water, prayer, clothing distribution, guidance, support & much more. Volunteers travel from all over the metroplex armed with compassion, care and a strong sense of purpose. We affectionately call this, “Compassion In Action!” We give volunteers the opportunity to give back and be the hearts and hands that literally heals and saves lives! It has grown into much more than just an outreach to homeless individuals. The homeless have become our family ! It is truly, “Love Under the Bridge!” -Pastor Curtis Jackson
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Views:19086|Rating:4.81|View Time:7:31Minutes|Likes:26|Dislikes:1 The Rio Grande Gorge is about 650 feet deep where the Gorge bridge goes over it. Beautiful scenery and very exciting. It is about a 20 minute drive from Taos, New Mexico. The river looks like a small ribbon of water from the vantage point on the bridge.
I know it’s not very good quality; it was made with an inexpensive camcorder in 1998. I still thought it would be interesting to have it here on YouTube.
Above The Clouds
artist: Medwyn Goodall
album: Snows of Kilimanjaro
genre: Easy Listening
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Views:556|Rating:5.00|View Time:1:11Minutes|Likes:6|Dislikes:0 The Broadway Bridge was an arch bridge that spanned the Arkansas River connecting the cities of Little Rock, Arkansas and North Little Rock, Arkansas. It carried U.S. Route 70 (US 70). The bridge closed on September 28, 2016. The steel arch span of the bridge, added in 1974, was demolished on October 11, 2016. After explosives were detonated, the span remained standing until it was pulled down by tugboats five hours later. Two of three concrete arches from the original portion of the bridge were demolished on October 15, 2016, while the third arch remained standing. As of December 2015, a replacement bridge is currently under construction that is scheduled to open in early 2017.
Views:2854|Rating:0.00|View Time:2:37Minutes|Likes:|Dislikes: Sister Norma is executive director of Catholic Charities of the Rio Grande Valley, the charitable arm of the Catholic Diocese of Brownsville. The University of Notre Dame is honoring her with the 2018 Laetare Medal. Established at Notre Dame in 1883, the Laetare Medal was conceived as an American counterpart of the Golden Rose, a papal honor that antedates the 11th century. Past recipients include President John F. Kennedy, Catholic Worker founder Dorothy Day, novelist Walker Percy, former vice president Joe Biden and former speaker of the House John Boehner. It is considered the most prestigious honor given to an American Catholic.
Views:2339|Rating:5.00|View Time:4:49Minutes|Likes:21|Dislikes:0 This is a video of the swinging bridge located at the former town site of Clinchport, VA. Clinchport is located along Hwy 23/58, with the main route through town, Route 65, running parallel to the world-renowned Clinch River. The Clinch is considered “one of the most bio-diverse ecosystems” in the world; the only other world river with more bio-diversity is the Amazon.
The Clinch is perfect for kayaking, canoeing, fishing or swimming. Several swinging bridges, many of which are still state maintained, span the Clinch.
The Clinch River
The Clinch River Highway (Route 65) is a popular biking route. With numerous twists and turns and inclines, bicyclists find this route much more challenging than some of the county’s other bike routes. Clinchport is also a stop on the Daniel Boone Birding Trail, where you can see red-eyed vireos, eastern towhees, cedar waxwings, American kestrels and wild turkey.
Natural Tunnel State Park, one of Virginia’s most popular state parks, is just five miles from Clinchport.
Originally incorporated in 1894, Clinchport started as a port for loggers who transported the logs down river to Chattanooga by actually riding and guiding the logs downstream. Throughout this long journey, the loggers dodged river rocks and kept the logs from jamming along the shoals. Once they reached Chattanooga, the loggers would then hitch a ride back to Southwest Virginia.
Clinchport floodGiven its proximity to the confluence of the Clinch with Stock Creek, Clinchport also became a thriving railroad and agriculture center. A wooden boardwalk connected general stores, barber shops and banks to the commercial area along the river. Then in 1977, all of that changed when the Clinch surged heavily over its banks, sweeping homes and commercial enterprises down river. The town was never re-built.
The town was obviously named for the river. Several theories exist, however, on how the river and mountain became known as “The Clinch.”
One story says “Clinch” comes from a large, athletic hunter named Clinch (Clinche), who was thrown from his horse into the river while retreating from Indians circa 1749; Clinch managed to drown one of his Indian attackers, even after his fall. Yet another story says the name is for an Irishman who fell off a raft and cried “Clinch Me, Clinch me!”
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