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Aug 19 2011 (15:50)
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Tallest bridge

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Manish Jain*^   Added by: xxx  Aug 19 2011 (15:50)
Tallest bridge
The Ghambir Khad bridge between Jammu Tawi and Udhampur is 77m tall. Until about 2006, the bridge on the Panval river (Konkan Railway, Ratnagiri district) was the tallest. This 420m-long bridge was the first one built in India using the incremental launching technique and is 64m tall. When it is built, the bridge over the Chenab river for the Kashmir Valley Railway line will be the tallest, at 359m above the river bed.
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