Skanstullsbron

Local nameSkanstullsbron
LocationStockholm, Sweden

Skanstullsbron is a bridge in central Stockholm, Sweden. Overpassing the older bridge Skansbron, it connects the major island Södermalm to the southern district Johanneshov.

The first proposal for an elevated bridge stretching over the canal Hammarbykanalen was produced in 1921, before work on the lower Skansbron bridge began in 1923. It remained the favoured bridge design to solve the increasing traffic load of the area during the 1920s and 1930s and was approved by the city council in 1939. World War II led to shortage of both finance and material, but work was started in 1944 and the new bridge was inaugurated in 1947.Skanstullsbron is a concrete double viaduct, with one bridge for vehicles and pedestrians and the other for the metro.

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More information and contact

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

Address 1 Hammarby Slussväg, Stockholm 11860, Sweden

Coordinates 59°18'14.073" N 18°4'44.04" E

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