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Interesting roads

Interesting | May 10th, 2008 by 11

I'm sure some of you might have seen these photos before or maybe even drove on these cool roads, but we thought it would be …

I'm sure some of you might have seen these photos before or maybe even drove on these cool roads, but we thought it would be interesting to post them. These have to be some of the most fun roads to drive on. I admit, I have never been on any of the roads in the photos, but if you did, please, feel free to share your opinion with us.

Pretty cool view from the top…

Interesting roads  

Driving over then under the water. …

Interesting roads

Interesting roads

Interesting roads

I'm wondering if they ever close that bridge due to high waves….

Interesting roads

Hmmm….what were they trying to achieve her?

Interesting roads

Wiggly Roads

Interesting roads

 Interesting roads

Thanks for the email Irv!

  • Mark

    Where in the world are these roads??? Can we at least get countries?? HAHAHAHAHA

    I love the two circular roads….was someone stoned when they were designed?? hehehehehe

    Cheers,

  • http://www.rawautos.com RawAutos

    Man, I would love to take an E92 M3 on all of those roads… Hell, give me any BMW.

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  • http://www.yissels.com yissels.com

    thats a cool road! I would love to see it in real life

  • Horatiu B.

    I’m not sure Mark, but I can find out.

  • srmanis

    These roads look like a lot of fun to drive in any kind of car but where in the world are they. I know the one over and then under the water in in Virginia nest to Norfolk Naval base Part of the I-64 I-264 system. But were are the others someone tell us so we can drive them.

    • mike bean

      the long bending road bridge over a vally is the Tarn Valley bridge in southern France

  • Vehbi Duraku

    This roads so facinatingm, i wonder if we cold have such things in Kosova.

  • http://www.blogmakingmoney.info Norfolk naval base

    Thanks dude, your post is very informative, nice post !!!

  • Jman

    @Srmanis:
    the “driving under the water” is the monitor-merrimac bridge tunnel on I-664 in between Newports News, VA and Suffolk, VA, USA. You can see the coal terminal just to the left of the interstate, the ventilation/offices on the island, and the causeways soft curve, point it out to be the mmbt. I suppose you were an I-64 person so you are more familiar with the “hampton roads bridge tunnel” up the river. A lot of people are probably familiar with the Chesapeake Bay Bridge Tunnel at the mouth the of the Chesapeake bay further out connecting VA Beach with the eastern shore of VA. The reason for all of the bridge-tunnels is a navy/coast guard agreement with VA as they are afraid that a bridge could be destroyed blocking Newport News Shipyard (one of the largest shipyards in the world), Norfolk Naval Shipyard, and Norfolk naval base, the largest naval base in the world.

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Monitor-Merrimac_Memorial_Bridge-Tunnel http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hampton_Roads_Bridge-Tunnel http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chesapeake_Bay_Bridge_Tunnel

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