Wuzuohe Railway Bridge

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Wuzuohe Railway Bridge
武佐河特大桥
Yinazhen, Guizhou, China
722 feet high / 220 meters high
499 foot span / 152 meter span
2016


Currently the world's second highest railway beam bridge, the Wuzuohe Railway Bridge is one of several high bridges on the railway line between Zhijin and Nayong cities in central Guizhou Province.

The Wuzuohe Bridge has a span configuration of 2x24+3x32 +80+152+80 +3x32 meters. The main piers are 103.5 and 100 meters tall. The drop from the railway level to the full reservoir surface is 172 meters or about 220 meters to the old Wuzuo River level.

The equally high Wuzuohe G76 expressway bridge is located 5 kilometers downstream of the railway crossing.



Wuzuohe Railway Bridge Elevation


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Wuzuohe Railway Bridge satellite image.


Wuzuohe Railway Bridge satellite image before construction began.


A wider view showing the Wuzuohe expressway bridge in the upper left, the local Wuzuohe 2-lane road bridge in the middle and the Wuzuohe Railway Bridge in the lower right.


Wuzuohe Railway Bridge Location map.

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