Yunnanzhuang Bridge

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Yunnanzhuang Bridge
云南庄特大桥
Hefeng, Hubei, China
(755) feet high / (230) meters high
919 foot span / 280 meter span
2024

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Yunnanzhuang Bridge is the third of China's great arch-beam hybrid spans that was first developed for the Beipanjiang Bridge Shuipan in the mountains west of Liupanshui, Guizhou and the Ganxi Bridge also in Guizhou.

Located just 6 kilometers to the west is the even higher Loushuihe Bridge with a height of approximately 265 meters. The expressway eventually joins with the G69 Expressway in Yuyangguanzhen, Hubei.

Just downstream of the Yunnanzhuang Bridge is the local 2-lane Yunnanzhuang Arch Bridge with a height of 110 meters.


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Other arch-beam hybrids in China include the Liuzhi Bridge, Ganxi Bridge, the Beipanjiang Bridge Shuipan, the Yunnanzhuang Bridge, Lijia Jialing Bridge and Liaojiaxi Jialing Metro Bridge.


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Ganxi Bridge.


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Beipanjiang Bridge Shuipan with a 290 meter main span.


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Yunnanzhuang Bridge with a 280 meter main span.


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Lijia Jialing Bridge with a 245 meter main span.


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Liaojiaxi Jialing Metro Railway Bridge next to Lijia Jialing Bridge.


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Yunnanzhuang Bridge satellite image.


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Yunnanzhuang Bridge location map.