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THE LAST SURVIVING HISTORIC PIER IN NEW YORK CITY, Pier A at Battery Park in lower Manhattan was ripe for adaptive re-use. Built in the 1880s, with a clock tower added in 1919 as a World War I memorial, it was used by the city as a fireboat station, then abandoned in 1992. 323 more words
It’s the new City of Calgary riddle: what costs $5.9 million, weighs hundreds of tonnes and is about 11 centimetres shy of being useful?
A pedestrian overpass that’s supposed to go across Shaganappi Trail, but instead is sitting alongside the road. 403 more words
The Samuel Beckett Bridge is one of Dublin’s newest bridges on the River Liffey by the famous architect Santiago Calatrava. The bridges design is similar to the Harp instrument and the structure has become very famous with Photographers both Irish and from abroad. 105 more words