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Lucky horseshoe

Anybody with a nervous disposition should stop reading now – especially if they suffer from vertigo. One of those extraordinary projects which looks like a visualiser’s dream but which nobody thinks will ever be built is actually nearing completion. It is the Skywalk bridge – a glass-bottomed horseshoe with no visible means of support which will jut out over the Grand Canyon allowing visitors to look down 1,200m. Intended to form a source of tourist income for the Hualapai ...

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