Niuluhe Bridge

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Revision as of 10:10, 3 August 2020

Niuluhe Bridge
牛路河特大桥
Fuzhixiang, Hunan, China
722 feet high / 220 meters high
640 foot span / 195 meter span
2021

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Niuluhe Bridge is part of a high level realignment of route S230 that avoids the steep descent into the Niulu River gorge in Western Hunan Province.

The 195 meter span concrete arch has a rise of 39 meters. The approach spans are all 20 meters. A highline with a span of 383 meters was used to lower the arch pieces into place above the canyon.

The older Niuluhe stone arch bridge still provides access to tourists looking to raft down the river.


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Niuluhe arch rib cross section.


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Niuluhe Bridge satellite image.


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Niuluhe Bridge location map.


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