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Latest revision as of 23:32, 20 January 2020

Changjiahe G65W Bridge
常家河特大桥
Yanchixiang, Shaanxi, China
(361) feet high / (110) meters high
459 foot span / 140 meter span
2014

Changjiahe.jpg


One of many high beam bridges on the G65W Expressway, the crossing of the Changjia River was made via a double span structure with many approach spans making for a structure 2,687 meters long. The span configuration is 5x30 +75+2x140+75 +12x40+54x30 meters on piers as tall as 90 meters.

The nearby Wangjiahe Bridge is one of the largest and most spectacular extradosed bridges in China with 4 main spans of 230 meters that curve across piers as tall as 142 meters.


ChangjiaheSatellite.jpg

Changjiahe G65W Bridge satellite image.


WangjiaheAreaBridgesMap.jpg

Changjiahe G65W Bridge location map.