The Guadalupe MRT (or Metro Rail Transit) railroad bridge through my windshield. I took these photos while crossing the Guadalupe Bridge at EDSA. The steel-framed arch railway bridge is for MRT-3, or Blue Line that operates in EDSA. MRT-3 has 13 stations along its 16.95-kilometer track. The Guadalupe Bridge, on the other hand, is one of the 13 bridges that crosses the historic Pasig River.
This is going south to Makati City on Saturday afternoon.
This is linked to Sunday Bridges hosted by Louis la Vache
Beautifully shot. The engineering that makes connection possible!
WOW! The arch on this bridge is huge. What a neat structure. The red “Call Now” neon looking sign in the background really sets it all off beautifully. This is quite the impressive bridge. Happy Sunday to you.
that arch was a bit of a surprise, actually!
Interesting captures. Great perspective.
amazing that you get to take shots like that while driving. on the side... there's heavy traffic that makes that possible and relatively safe.
hi dong, i wasn't driving when i took these photos. i'm not that fearless!:p
neat view of the bridge!
Oooh I love that second shot!
Excellent captures through the windshield. MB
You have a nice collection of bridges from all over the Philippines !
Almost exactly the same angle as me! lol. Great shot Luna ;-D
In Singapore, they just say, the MRT,
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