This arch shaped bridge being constructed in Jammu & Kashmir is a classic example of extraordinary design and engineering. The construction of this bridge is expected to finish by 2016. Watch the video to know more about this amazing project.
You might have seen many extraordinary marvels of engineering. But this project will definitely make your jaw drop.
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We’re talking about the massive single-arch bridge being constructed over the Chenab River, between Bakkal and Kauri in Jammu and Kashmir.
The bridge is 1,315 meters long, 359 meters high, and will be the tallest railway bridge in the world.
Quick fact: It will be 35 meters higher than the Eiffel Tower!
Located at such steep slopes, one can only imagine the level of skill it took to design and construct this engineering masterpiece.
Watch this video that explains the mind-blowing construction of the bridge and how India is creating a masterpiece that is one of its kind in the world.
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