Sunday, September 19, 2010

Up, up, and away

Somehow the length and incline of this bridge remind me of an ancient Roman aqueduct.
In reality, it transports not water but carloads of passengers going to and from the airport terminals.
It's the best I can do today for Louis la Vache's Sunday Bridges.
Bon dimanche.


J Bar said...

Yes, I see what you mean.

Ann said...

Is it two levels? Do you have to pay a toll?

Elisa said...

Well done!
Greetings from Argentina

Luna Miranda said...

i'm always fascinated with skyways are airports. interesting photo.

Kay said...

Well, the true of test of time is if it stays around as long as the Roman aqueducts.

VP said...

It's easier to see this kind of 'Roman aqueduct' than the original ones, even around Rome!

Dina said...

Ann, no payment, no. The upper level goes to departures floor of the terminal and the lower to departures floor.

Louis la Vache said...

Indeed, it reminds «Louis» of the aqueducts, too! It certainly fits «Louis'» loose definition of a bridge and is a welcome contribution to Sunday Bridges.

Pietro said...

Dina, it's a nice bridge in its own way.
Today Google Italy has a special logo for the 140th Anniversary of Roma Capitale. You can see the page at