Wenquan Bridge

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温泉特大桥<br />
 
温泉特大桥<br />
 
Xifeng, Guizhou, China<br />
 
Xifeng, Guizhou, China<br />
(558) feet high / (170) meters high<br />
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591 feet high / 180 meters high<br />
 
525 foot span / 160 meter span<br />
 
525 foot span / 160 meter span<br />
 
2017<br />
 
2017<br />

Latest revision as of 06:53, 9 August 2018

Wenquan Bridge
温泉特大桥
Xifeng, Guizhou, China
591 feet high / 180 meters high
525 foot span / 160 meter span
2017

WenquanPiersConstruction.jpg


Wenquan Bridge is another Guizhou Province giant with piers as tall as 140 meters supporting three back to back spans of 160 meters. The wide, deep valley is located on the mountainous stretch of the Kaiyang to Xifeng expressway that connects the G75 with with the 6-lane Guizun expressway. Just 2 kilometers east of the Wenquan Bridge is the giant Yangshuihe Bridge with a height of 250 meters.


WenquanWestPierFoundation.jpg

Image by Eric Sakowski / HighestBridges.com


WenquanValley.jpg

Image by Eric Sakowski / HighestBridges.com


WenquanWestSlopeLonglens.jpg

Image by Eric Sakowski / HighestBridges.com


WenquanLookingEast.jpg

Image by Eric Sakowski / HighestBridges.com


WenquanWestFoundationCrane.jpg

Image by Eric Sakowski / HighestBridges.com


WenquanAreaSteamTrain.jpg

A steam train several kilometers northwest of the Wenquan Bridge. Image by Eric Sakowski / HighestBridges.com


YangshuiheSatellite&Bridge.jpg

Wenquan Bridge satellite image. Wenquan Bridge is on the left side while the Yangshuihe Bridge is on the right.


YangshuiheTopo.jpg

Wenquan Bridge location map.


Kaiyang-XifengMap.jpg
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