WARNING: Aloc Acoc made this note and was not rated by users as credible.

Would you be brave enough to drive over Japan s road-er coaster Eshima Ohashi bridge ?

 
Related

Something Truly Beautiful Is Happening At This Animal Shelter

Shana
454 points

Animal cruelty exposed as World Animal Protection uncovers top 10 worst wildlife attractions

Shana
890 points



Most recent

Una decisión atrevida

El diario de Enrique
10 points

Accenture, AWS y Dynatrace: hacia una estrategia moderna de observabilidad

Tecnologia
26 points

Usos de Home Assistant que te facilitarán tu vida

MaríaGeek
14 points

Operaciones inteligentes con flotas conectadas en el transporte de cadena de frío

Tecnologia
22 points

¡Precaución! 3 recomendaciones para no caer en estafas al comprar tu motocicleta nueva

Prensa
10 points

Vive una experiencia gastronómica inolvidable en Grand Sirenis San Andrés

Comunicaciones
12 points

La mejor edad es la que tenemos ahora

El diario de Enrique
10 points

Nexsys amplía su oferta con Kingston FURY, la nueva joya de la memoria RAM para gamers

Prensa
8 points

Mujer maltratada, sola, olvidada ... pero los hilos de la maternidad hacen milagros

El diario de Enrique
8 points

¿Qué es el Pig Butchering y cómo evitar ser víctima de esta ciberestafa?

Ciberseguridad
12 points
SHARE
TWEET
t’s a road-er coaster.

Would you be brave enough to drive over Japan   s road-er coaster Eshima Ohashi bridge ?

Forget the funfair, if it’s thrills and tummy flips you’re after, Japan’s Eshima Ohashi bridge can provide them in spades.

The mile long bridge, which spans Lake Nakaumi linking the cities of Matsue and Sakaiminato, looks less like a bridge than a massive concrete road-er coaster (see what we did there?).

At its steepest point, the bridge has a gradient of 6.1 per cent (which doesn’t mean much to us, but is apparently pretty steep), meaning that you wouldn’t want to be stuck on a jam on there without a sturdy clutch (#CarChat).

And if you’re wondering why someone would build a bridge like this in the first place (we sure as hell were), no, it wasn’t because they’d been on the sake, but it’s so ships can pass under.

So, what do you reckon – would you have the stomach for it?




Fuente: So, what do you reckon – would you have the stomach for it?
WARNING: Aloc Acoc made this note and was not rated by users as credible.
SHARE
TWEET
To comment you must log in with your account or sign up!
Featured content