Hindenburg Bridge

The Hindenburg Bridge was a railway bridge over the Rhine between Rudesheim in the German state of Hesse and Bingen-Kempten state of Rhineland-Palatinate, named in 1918 after Field Marshal Paul von Hindenburg, later German President. The bridge was put in service in 1915, destroyed in the Second World War and never rebuilt.

Since 2002 the remains of the Hindenburg bridge has been the easternmost point of the UNESCO World Heritage Site of the Upper Middle Rhine Valley.

  • old railway bridge, destroyed 1945
  • Hindenburgbrücke,Teilansicht
  • Stellwerk
  • Die Hindenburg Brücke, ruin
  • Reste der Hindenburgbrücke

Country:
Germany
Rating:
10
Latitude:
49,9740249
Longitude:
7,9422547
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