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碾子坪特大桥<br />
 
碾子坪特大桥<br />
 
Nianziping, Guizhou, China<br />
 
Nianziping, Guizhou, China<br />
620 feet high / 189 meters high<br />
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535 feet high / 163 meters high<br />
 
623 foot span / 190 meter span<br />
 
623 foot span / 190 meter span<br />
 
2015<br />
 
2015<br />
[[File:NianzipingSatellite.jpg|750px|center]]
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[[File:Nianziping2015View.jpg|750px|center]]    
 
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Scheduled for completion in 2015, Nianziping Bridge will be the second highest beam bridge on the extension of the G76 highway in Northern Guizhou Province.  The span will be located just a few miles south of the Guizhou/Chongqing border before the G76 highway crosses the giant Chishuihe river gorge before continuing north towards the Yangtze River and the Chongqing City region.  Just a few miles further south on the same expressway will be the 304 meter high Falanggou beam bridge which will be the highest beam span on earth while an hours drive south on the expressway will be the Zongqihe arch crossing with a deck height of 866 feet / 264 meters.
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Nianziping Bridge is the third highest beam bridge on the extension of the G76 highway above Bijie City in Northern Guizhou Province.  The span is located just a few miles south of the Guizhou/Chongqing border where the G76 highway crosses the giant Chishuihe river gorge before continuing north towards the Yangtze River and the Chongqing City region.   
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Just a few miles further south on the same expressway is the 215 meter high Falanggou beam bridge.
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The full span configuration for Nianziping is 5×40 +(102+190+102)m+3×40m for a total length of 714 meters.
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[[File:Nianziping163mtrH.jpg|450px|center]]
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Image by Eric Sakowski / HighestBridges.com
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[[File:NianzipingCreek.jpg|750px|center]]
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[[File:NianzipingDropView.jpg|750px|center]]
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[[File:NianzipingPiers&Slope.jpg|450px|center]]
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[[File:NianzipingSideView.jpg|450px|center]]
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The full span configuration for Nianziping will be 5×40 +(102+190+102)m+3×40m for a total length of 714 meters.
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[[File:NianzipingSlope.jpg|450px|center]]
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Image by Eric Sakowski / HighestBridges.com
  
  
[[File:NianzipingSatelliteWide.jpg|750px|center]]
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[[File:NianzipingUpstream.jpg|750px|center]]  
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[[File:NianzipingPlaque.jpg|750px|center]]
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Nianziping Bridge satellite image.
  
  
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[[File:NianzipingSatelliteWide.jpg|750px|center]]
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The Chishuihe Bridge is in the upper right while the Nianziping Bridge is still under construction towards the left.
Nianziping Bridge Elevation<br />
 
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Latest revision as of 02:37, 15 August 2016

Nianziping Bridge
碾子坪特大桥
Nianziping, Guizhou, China
535 feet high / 163 meters high
623 foot span / 190 meter span
2015

Nianziping2015View.jpg


Nianziping Bridge is the third highest beam bridge on the extension of the G76 highway above Bijie City in Northern Guizhou Province. The span is located just a few miles south of the Guizhou/Chongqing border where the G76 highway crosses the giant Chishuihe river gorge before continuing north towards the Yangtze River and the Chongqing City region.

Just a few miles further south on the same expressway is the 215 meter high Falanggou beam bridge.

The full span configuration for Nianziping is 5×40 +(102+190+102)m+3×40m for a total length of 714 meters.


Nianziping163mtrH.jpg

Image by Eric Sakowski / HighestBridges.com


NianzipingCreek.jpg

Image by Eric Sakowski / HighestBridges.com


NianzipingDownstream.jpg

Image by Eric Sakowski / HighestBridges.com


NianzipingDropView.jpg

Image by Eric Sakowski / HighestBridges.com


NianzipingPiers&Slope.jpg

Image by Eric Sakowski / HighestBridges.com


NianzipingSideView.jpg

Image by Eric Sakowski / HighestBridges.com


NianzipingSlope.jpg

Image by Eric Sakowski / HighestBridges.com


NianzipingUpstream.jpg

Image by Eric Sakowski / HighestBridges.com


NianzipingPlaque.jpg

Image by Eric Sakowski / HighestBridges.com


NianzipingSignMaybe.jpg


NianzipingSatellite.jpg

Nianziping Bridge satellite image.


NianzipingSatelliteWide.jpg

The Chishuihe Bridge is in the upper right while the Nianziping Bridge is still under construction towards the left.