this is not the old bridge, but a temporary bridge made from gabion baskets (the bamboo walkway was washed away during 2007 monsoon). the old bridge was a suspension bridge, but had to be removed to enable the construction of the new traditional cantilever bridge as it is located at the same abutment points.
The suspension bridge was taken down because there was concern about it's load bearing capacity after all this time.
This is, in actual fact, a small church.
The right name of the site is RINCÓN DE LA VIEJA
I like this photo
SAN JOSÉ, COSTA RICA
Hi, my name is Otto and I live in Spain. Just some moments ago I saw a documentary film about this wonderfully interesting railway. Congratulatios for your photo and for the railway you have. Regards from Barcelona in Spain.
Fiquei maravilhada com essas imagens, foi uma viagem. Obrigada Marc por proporcionar-me tanta emoção!
Dramatic Foto +++
Este es el puente Sucre.
Yep! Definitely three 0-6-2+0-6-2 Meyer type articulated locomotives in that line. Great news that they survive. Sould be saved forever.