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Cable Ingles, Almeria: Address, Phone Number, Cable Ingles Reviews: 4/5

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OK Claesson
Stockholm, Sweden370 contributions
Jul 2020 • Couples
We were just strolling along, came across this very old bridge. Googled and Read Up on it. Very interesting. Not much to do here bit appreciate what it was, the purpose the bridge served. It is under construction now but is Still beautiful. Free to look at. Parks around to sit and relax. There is also the marina beside to visit with a fee restaurants in the area. Recommended if in the area.
Written July 8, 2020
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Knut R
Oslo, Norway6 contributions
Jan 2020
Not really much to do, but a fascinating construction. If you want to go for a relaxing walk along the water, you might as well check this out.
Written April 10, 2020
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Frederick W
Gravesend, UK238 contributions
Feb 2020 • Couples
We went to see the pier when visiting Almeria. It a very interesting piece of engineering. We are surprised that no one has thought of reinstating a heritage railway as I am certain that tourists would love to travel on an old train.
Written March 8, 2020
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Andrea G
Wigan, UK10 contributions
Jul 2019 • Couples
Seen this on tv .Very impressive up close .engineering at its best .wonder what they would do with today's technology. One off the bucket list. Was great to see
Written July 5, 2019
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pearlyway
LINCS77 contributions
Mar 2019 • Couples
Built to accept train loads of iron ore to load onto ships the structure is a wonderful survival of industrial archaeology. The blue sardine is nearby so a bonus.
Written April 14, 2019
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OriginalJerseyGirl
Jersey, United Kingdom211 contributions
Oct 2018 • Couples
It's an interesting structure - but don't expect to learn anything about it when you'e stood next to it. Have a read about it's history elsewhere, then go have a look and take some striking photos.
Written October 31, 2018
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HappyHols012
London, UK214 contributions
Oct 2018 • Couples
You will probably walk under it due to the fact there are very few points to get across the railway line to the beach. Its not something to go out of your way to see although it has a 'thats interesting now let's move on' quality.
Written October 31, 2018
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Tom R
Glasgow, UK233 contributions
Jun 2018 • Couples
I guess it was good in its day but has been left, what seems, unattended and upkeep. No signage or information available but can find info online, or ask a local. We were told it was for loading and unloading cargo for large ships.
Written June 30, 2018
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mabinho
Seville, Spain1,528 contributions
Apr 2018 • Couples
A curious relic from the city's industrial past, prominent in the skyline as you approach the city centre form the airport. A former mining company railway line running direct to the port, restorers fighting a running battle with rust! The top part near the station has been made into park.
Written April 16, 2018
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JenMarkCo
Kingston, Canada932 contributions
Feb 2018 • Couples
Standing out in the harbour on Almeria's waterfront is an unusual monument to the city's past. I don't know of anywhere else that has an ore bridge preserved as a heritage item. In its prime, this must have been a busy area but now... it is just a harbour backwater. There is nothing nearby to explain the structure or to give some insight into its history and significance to the city. Nearby are other similar large engineering structures that, although they were obviously important in the past, are just now unexplained monuments to that past. Nearby is a beautifully built stone railway viaduct curving across several roads and a roundabout. There is also a bright yellow small railway locomotive that has been preserved near where it worked. And up by Almeria's railway station is a large railway wagon hemmed in by large palm trees growing in its track! Either the wagon has been there a long time or the trees grew pretty fast or they were large when planted. The attractive railway station is currently being refurbished and is covered in scaffolding. Obviously the City of Almeria takes pride in its industrial past. :)
Written March 22, 2018
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