Pont De Pruniers de Bouchemaine

Le pont de Pruniers est un viaduc qui franchit la Maine à la hauteur du village de Pruniers, situé sur la commune de Bouchemaine sur la rive droite et qui relie la rive gauche sur la commune de Sainte-Gemmes-sur-Loire.

Il est situé à 4,5 kilomètres de la Gare d'Angers-Saint-Laud.

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