I visited a bridge today that I built on my own on time off on the build and its still there, and looks younger than me?. The first bridge down I was involved in was in Kenya Op Larche Pole 80 which has a Bailey. Our Squadron 32's kit had gone down in a shipwreck in the Bay of biscay with all of our G10 etc and we still had to do the job More later ? We ended up with three construction bridges for access over the river Gucha. Nightmare 9 months, no quarry no mixers, 8k tones of concrete each abutment, all by hand FKin hard days. Finding bridge parts was from WW"2 maps were they were built in the country, base plates were chicken feeders, jacks were in local esso tin garages. Needless to say we did it and The Falklands was actually an easy time after the Kenya Fiasco. My Bridge that I stood on today is in Glen Nevis opposite ths YMCA, it's not the main bridge, its the wee 2meter wan on the main path that they said they didn't need but Hamish MacKinnish gave me a wee dram for doing. Wheres your's ?