Shihuazhai Bridge

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Shihuazhai Bridge
柿花寨特大桥
Hefengxiang, Guizhou, China
427 feet high / 130 meters high
525 foot span / 160 meter span
2018

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Shihuazhai is one of three giant back to back viaducts that cross over the deep gorge of the Changtan River about 40 kilometers north of Guiyang City. The viaducts to the north are the Xintianpo and Changtanhe Bridges that are considerably higher at 180 meters. Xintianpo Bridge has 3 spans of 200 meters while Changtanhe has a main span configuration of 2 x 200 meters. Shihuazhai has a span configuration of 2 x 160 meters.

The newer Guizun expressway parallels the older G75 from Guiyang city to Zunyi city but with the greater capacity of a 6-lane route.


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Render of Changtanhe and Xintianpo Bridges.


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Shihuazhai Bridge location map.

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