Qinglinghe Railway Bridge

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Qinglinghe Railway Bridge
蜻蛉河特大桥
Yuanmou, Yunnan, China
443 feet high / 135 meters high
472 foot span / 144 meter span
2019

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The Qinglinghe Railway Bridge is one of the longest and largest railway viaducts ever built in Yunnan Province. The giant 1637.72 meter structure has one of the tallest railway bridge piers in the world at 117 meters. The line is expected to open in 2019 on the faster railway route between Kunming and Dali and eventually west to Burma.


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Qinglinghe Railway Bridge satellite image.


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Qinglinghe Railway Bridge location map.


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