Mystery Bridge Nr. 72: A Concrete Camelback Bridge Near Altenburg, Germany

Concrete camelback bridges- one of the rarest but most valuable landmarks in bridge engineering. Developed by C.V. Dewart in the state of Michigan in the 1910s, this bridge type is technically a pony or through girder bridge made of concrete, but instead of straight, rectangular railings, these bridges are characterized by their top curved railing…
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