Sancaowan Railway Bridge

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Sancaowan Railway Bridge
三槽湾特大桥
Xuyong, Sichuan, China
(394) feet high / (120) meters high
262 foot span / 80 meter span
2016

Sancaowan Railway Bridge is one of two tall beam bridges on the Xudaitielu Railway that now connects Luzhou in Sichuan with Northwestern Guizhou. A central span of 80 meters rests on piers as high as 104 meters.

Also near Gulin city and approximately the same height is the Gulin Railway Bridge.

The line from Luzhou splits just west of Gulin where the route to Bijie is still under construction.


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Image by Eric Sakowski / HighestBridges.com



Sancaowan Railway Bridge satellite image.


A wider view showing Xuyong City a few kilometers north of the railway bridge.


Sancaowan Railway Bridge location map.


Map of the Xudaitielu Railway line in dashed red that heads southeast towards Renhuai, Guizhou and after a split, southwest towards Bijie - also in Guizhou Province.

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