The Bridges ClipArt gallery offers 135 images of numerous styles of bridges, including structural and integrity views, and images of famous bridges.

Gondoliers maneuver their craft under the Rialto Bridge in Venice, Italy. The Rialto is the oldest of the four bridges that span the Grand Canal. The bridge was designed by Antonio da Ponte and completed in 1591

Rialto Bridge and Gondolas

Gondoliers maneuver their craft under the Rialto Bridge in Venice, Italy. The Rialto is the oldest of…

Roller bed of a girder

Roller Bed

Roller bed of a girder

"Engagement at Romney, VA., twenty miles from New Creek, Tuesday, June 11th, 1861- the Eleventh Indiana Zouaves crossing the bridge over the Potomac, at double quick time, to attack the Confederate forces. On Tuesday, June 11th, 1861, Colonel Lewis Wallace, in command of the Eleventh Regiment, Indiana Volunteer Zouaves, stationed at Cumberland, Md., received orders to attack the Confederates assembled at Romney, the capital of Hampshire County, Va. He took six hundred men and left the same evening, reaching New Creek Bridge, twenty-eight miles by rail from Cumberland, at eleven o'clock P.M. Colonel Wallace reached the neighborhood of Romney about eight o'clock A.M., and was not surprised to find that the enemy had got the alarm, there having been time enough for horsemen to give warning. Picket guards had been placed on the eights commanding the road, at a distance of about one mile and a half from the town. These fired their pieces at the advance of the Zouaves, and as the fire was promptly and effectually returned, they immediately withdrew. The Zouaves entered Romney at half-past eight o'clock A.M., in time to partake of the breakfast which had been prepared for the "evacuates."" — Frank Leslie, 1896

Engagement at Romney

"Engagement at Romney, VA., twenty miles from New Creek, Tuesday, June 11th, 1861- the Eleventh Indiana…

"View at Rugeley's. This view is from the south side of the bridge. The counterfeit cannon was placed in the road where the first wagon is seen. The house and barn of Rugeley were in the cleared field seen beyond the wagons."—Lossing, 1851

Rugeley's

"View at Rugeley's. This view is from the south side of the bridge. The counterfeit cannon was placed…

This illustration shows a bridge leading in to the town of Saragossa, Spain. Saragossa is a city famous for holding invaders during numerous wars.

Saragossa

This illustration shows a bridge leading in to the town of Saragossa, Spain. Saragossa is a city famous…

A child walks along a snow-covered bridge at night.

Snowy Scene

A child walks along a snow-covered bridge at night.

The bridge accross the Mississippi at St. Louis.

St. Louis Bridge

The bridge accross the Mississippi at St. Louis.

The suspension bridge connecting New York with Brooklyn.

Suspension Bridge

The suspension bridge connecting New York with Brooklyn.

The Tower Bridge in London, England.

Tower Bridge

The Tower Bridge in London, England.

A railway bridge and three-story semicircular arch bridge built from 1855. The Viaduct of Chaumont is a railway bridge that connects Paris to Basel. It stands on the Marne River in Chaumont, a commune in France.

Viaduct of Chaumont

A railway bridge and three-story semicircular arch bridge built from 1855. The Viaduct of Chaumont is…

Crumlin Viaduct, South Wales.

Crumlin Viaduct

Crumlin Viaduct, South Wales.

The Douro Viaduct

Douro Viaduct

The Douro Viaduct

The Viaur Viaduct

Viaur Viaduct

The Viaur Viaduct

The Williamsburg Bridge in New York.

Williamsburg Bridge

The Williamsburg Bridge in New York.

"Bridge at Worth's Mill's. This substantial stone bridge, over Stony Brook, is upon the site of the wooden one destroyed on the 3d of January, 1777. The old mill on the left is now owned by Josiah S. Worth, a son of the propietor during the Revolution. This sketch was made from the road on the bank of the stream, along which Mercer and his detachment marched to secure the bridge."—Lossing, 1851

Worth's Mills

"Bridge at Worth's Mill's. This substantial stone bridge, over Stony Brook, is upon the site of the…