Tianba Bridge

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Tianba Bridge
田坝大桥
Tianbacun, Yunnan, China
394 feet high / 120 meters high
361 foot span / 110 meter span
2011

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Completed in 2011, the 2-lane Zhao Qiao highway connects the cities of Zhaoyang and Qiaojia in a remote region of central Yunnan Province. The difficult, inaccessible terrain required the completion of several bridges including one over the Niulanjiang River and an even larger one over a Niulan tributary near the small village of Tianba.

The 596 meter long Tianba Bridge has a central span configuration of 60+110x2+60 plus 30 meter approach spans. The tallest pier measures 92 meters.

The Tianba Bridge is located just 2 kilometers south of the Niulanjiang River gorge and about 20 kilometers west of the G85 Niulanjiang expressway bridges that rise 165 and 180 meters above the river.


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Tianba Bridge satellite image.


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The large Niulan River Canyon can be seen north of the Tinaba Bridge crossing under construction in the lower left.


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Tianba Bridge location map.


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