Main Viaduct, Nantenbach
The Main Viaduct is a double track railway bridge across the River Main at Nantenbach, Germany. It is a continuous truss girder bridge with a main span that is 208m long, with a 12.5% slope and a radius of 2650m. The full length of the structure is 374.4m and the side spans are each 83.2m long.
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