PHOTOS of Cagayan River Bridges in ISABELA

Here are some aerial drone shot of bridges taken by SPY Aero as we practice shooting, we decided to collect photos of bridges in our nearby town.

Jones Bridge at Jones, Isabela

Jones Bridge is a steel truss bridge in Jones, Isabela, Philippines. Spanning the Cagayan River, it connects the town with neighboring areas. The bridge offers scenic views and holds historical significance, serving as a vital transportation link and a gathering place for locals and visitors. Its impressive architecture and role in trade make it a must-visit landmark in Isabela province.

Here are the pictures we took with the drone:

Beautiful photomechanical prints of White Irises (1887-1897) by Ogawa Kazumasa. Original from The Rijksmuseum.
Beautiful photomechanical prints of White Irises (1887-1897) by Ogawa Kazumasa. Original from The Rijksmuseum.

Jones Bridge

Jones Isabela

Jones Bridge on other side

Jones Isabela

Beautiful photomechanical prints of Cherry Blossom (1887-1897) by Ogawa Kazumasa. Original from The Rijksmuseum.

Dalibubon Bridge at Jones, Isabela

This is also a bridge in Jones Isabela which will also cross the famous Cagayan river, it is just newly built and raised to be safe from flooding. This is a great help to the livelihood of the people of Jones because it connects to the neighboring province, Echague, San Isidro and Santiago City.

Here is a stunning drone view of the Dalibbubon Bridge in Jones Isabela:

Gamu Bridge at Gamu, Isabela

Gamu Bridge in Gamu, Isabela, is a significant landmark that connects the community with neighboring areas. This sturdy concrete bridge ensures safe transportation for vehicles and pedestrians, while offering scenic views of the surrounding landscape. It plays a vital role in facilitating trade, supporting economic activities, and fostering social interaction. Gamu Bridge stands as a symbol of connectivity, progress, and the resilience of the local community.

Pigalo Bridge at Angadanan, Isabela

Pigalo Bridge in Angadanan, Isabela, was opened in June 2019. The bridge’s inauguration marked a significant milestone in improving connectivity and transportation infrastructure in the region.

The Pigalo Bridge is a modern and well-engineered structure that serves as a vital link for the local community and travelers. While specific details such as its length may not be mentioned in the provided source, the bridge’s construction signifies a commitment to enhancing transportation efficiency and promoting economic development in Angadanan and the surrounding areas.

The opening of the Pigalo Bridge has likely brought numerous benefits, including improved access for residents, easier movement of goods and services, and enhanced connectivity between different parts of Isabela province. Additionally, the bridge’s completion has likely contributed to the convenience and safety of commuters, reducing travel times and enhancing overall transport capabilities.

Gucab Bridge at Echague, Isabela

The gucab bridge is a small bridge but long because it serves as a bridge for the people of Echague Isabela, even though it is low but it is a great help to the people and many people cross it. It is also often impassable because the water often overflows when it rains. However, the gucab bridge is a big deal because it is very useful.

For now, these are the bridges that I have practiced taking drone shots of, we will add more when we have taken pictures of other bridges in the Cagayan river

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