A 24-year-old overpass bridge in Nanchang, China, gets dismantled in one night by 116 excavators to make way for the city’s new subway line
Climatologist Brian Brettschneider created this calendar year long, 9,125 mile US road trip where each day is at or very near 70°F (21°C).
This amazing road-building machine rolls out brick lanes like a carpet, creating roads anywhere from 3-20 ft wide. The road printer can lay 500 square meters (5,380 sq ft) in a single day.
Graphic designer Cameron Booth draws every current and signed Interstate Highway and U.S. Highway in the contiguous 48 states in the style of a transit map.
Dunedin, New Zealand’s is where you will find Baldwin Street, the (hotly contested) steepest residential street in the world.
Photograph by GIUSEPPE MILO Website | Facebook | Twitter | 500px Seen here are Northern Ireland’s famous ‘Dark Hedges‘, a breathtaking avenue of beech trees that were planted over 200 years ago by the Stuart family. According to Ballymoney Tourism, “it was intended as a compelling landscape feature to impress visitors as they approached…
In a series simply entitled, Roads, photographer Andy Lee presents a collection of beautiful roads around the world. On Behance, where I came across the project, Lee states, “getting lost is half the fun”. He continues, by quoting a snippet from Jack Kerouac’s famous novel, On the Road: “There was nowhere to go but…