The Last Incan Bridge – The Q’eswachaka Bridge of Peru — Bridge Boys

Monday October 4th – When most people think of bridges they think of vast steel arches or thick concrete decks, but rarely do people think about what went into building bridges before modern technology. This week, the boys wanted to discovery a bridge that’s construction has been passed down generation after generation for the past […]

The Last Incan Bridge – The Q’eswachaka Bridge of Peru — Bridge Boys

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This bridge has rarely seen any newsstories about it because it is deep in the “darkest Peru”, as coined by the character Paddington Bear. Yet the crew at Bridge Boys decided to tackle this structure, looking at its history and how it was built (and built again based on an ancient tradition). It is the last bridge of its kind in the western Hemisphere and there are photos, films and other reasons why this bridge is now a candidate for the 2021 Bridgehunter Awards in the Category, James Baughn’s Individual Bridge Finds. Click on the link above, have a look at the bridge and its connection with tradition, listen to the podcast and enjoy! 🙂

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