Railway viaduct 2018-03-12T09:49:12+00:00

Railway viaduct

A monumental structure, considered one of the longest stone railway bridges in Europe, built in the years 1844-1846 under the direction of an architect E. Gansel. The building is located on the railway line Wroclaw-Dresden, over the Bóbr River. It is 490 m long and a 26 m high and consists of 35 arches with spans of 5.65 to 15 m.

Railway viaduct over the Bóbr River, 59-700 Bolesławiec