Syansu Bridge

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Syansu Bridge
Bhāgirathi River Bridge
Tehri, Uttarakhand, India
(450) feet high / (137) meters high
(1,230) foot span / (375) meter span
2007

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Syansu is the sister bridge to Piplaldal that was constructed across the huge new reservoir created by India’s highest dam, the Tehri. Syansu crosses the Bhagirathi River arm of the lake. The bridge deck is approximately 30 meters above the full reservoir surface which is approximately 107 meters above the original river level at the bridge crossing.


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Syansu / Bhagirathi River Bridge satellite image.


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Syansu / Bhagirathi River Bridge location map.


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Tehri Dam.


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