Malinghe Bridge One

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Malinghe Bridge One
马岭河大桥
Xingyi, Guizhou, China
367 feet high / 112 meters high
499 foot span / 152 meter span
2016

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Malinghe One Bridge is the northernmost crossing of what will eventually be at least half a dozen high level bridges to span the deep Maling River gorge in the city of Xingyi. When these bridges are all completed around 2025, the Maling River will have a greater number of high level crossings in such close proximity then any other waterway in the world. The Malinghe One arch will be the lowest of the bunch at 112 meters. The 610 meter long bridge is unusually wide at 30.5 meters having to accommodate 6 lanes of traffic as well as two pedestrian paths 3 meters wide.


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An older stone arch bridge built hundreds of years earlier. Image by Eric Sakowski / HighestBridges.com


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Malinghe Bridge One satellite image.


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Malinghe Bridge One is near the top while Malinghe Bridge Shankun is near the bottom.

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