Hamm Railway Bridge

Local nameHammer Eisenbahnbrücke
LocationNeuss, Germany

The Hamm Railway Bridge carries the Mönchengladbach–Düsseldorf railway over the Rhine between the Düsseldorf suburb of Hamm and the Neuss district of Rheinparkcenter in the German state of North Rhine-Westphalia.

The original Hamm Railway Bridge was a double-track bridge built by the Bergisch-Märkische Railway Company from April 1868 as the first solid bridge across the Rhine in Düsseldorf and was opened on 24 July 1870. It was named the König-Wilhelm-Brücke or König-Wilhelm-Eisenbahn-Rheinbrücke after the Prussian King William I. It was built as a wrought iron arch supporting a three-span truss to plans of the engineer Pichier of the Harkort Company of Duisburg.

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Wikipedia https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hamm_Railway_Bridge

Address 41460, Germany

Coordinates 51°12'28.346" N 6°43'39.02" E

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