The world’s most dangerous bridge?


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An evening pause: A different kind of bridge, located in Russia and one that I wouldn’t speed across. Built originally as a railroad bridge to cross the Vitim River, it is 1870 feet long and about 50 feet above the water. Note how many of the cross planks are not attached.

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  • wade

    somewhat laughable…was this construct approved by the USA congress? This is a Perfect example of what happens to solid ideas that become Politically Controlled. this project probably went ” over budget”. vote the bastards out and let scientists and engineers do the science we need in order to further mankind.

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