How does this still work?
It's powered by Photoshop.
@TheBillyTowers, it doesn't *grins as people begin to fall off
@TheBillyTowers, good engineering
@TheBillyTowers, the truss underneath can provide enough support
@TheBillyTowers, most bridges have a gap like this (but usually on the points where it contacts the ground). It's to accommodate for the expansion of the bridge in the summer months....but I honestly have no idea if this particular one is real
@WinternetIsComing, it might still be real. The two sides might just cantilever out.
@TheBillyTowers, as a civil engineer I can confirm this is entirely reasonable, and could be good for endurance of the materials over many uses and years
The people on the bridge look like they are having an old west showdown
Don't touch the tips...
@TomPholio, my first thought as well
Come on, that's just satanic
I am sure we can fill it with food just like we do with ourselves
Maybe a rock rolled through it?
NO WAY! OK I recognise every single rock! That's Tintagel castle, no doubt about it. Been there loads of times. Except that that bridge is non-existent. The entire thing is a photoshop
@Loadsamoney, ah, found an explanation. There was a competition where architects designed bridges to cross that gap (as right now you go down then up) and that's what this photoshop is from
Rides skateboard down it...
The bridge connect the Koreas..
More like uncivil engineering
Do you want dead people cuz this is how you get dead people