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An der Freihafen-Elbbrücke in Hamburg / Old Harbour-Bridge in Hamburg
Hamburg

The Freihafenelbbrücke originated in 1916-1917 or in 1926, because a structurally separate crossing of the Elbe also for the traffic was necessary for the free port. The 471-m-long bridge borders immediately on the railway bridge. She owns beside three lanes also a separate railroad track of the Hamburg harbour railway and was conceived 2-storey to be able to take up a planned underground distance by the free port area to Steinwerder which wasn't realised, nevertheless, up to now.

Die Freihafenelbbrücke entstand 1916–1917 bzw. 1926, da für den Freihafen eine baulich getrennte Querung der Elbe auch für den Straßenverkehr notwendig war. Die 471 m lange Brücke grenzt unmittelbar an die Eisenbahnbrücke an. Sie besitzt neben drei Fahrspuren auch ein separates Eisenbahngleis der Hamburger Hafenbahn und wurde zweigeschossig konzipiert, um eine geplanteU-Bahn-Strecke durch das Freihafengebiet nach Steinwerder aufnehmen zu können, die jedoch bisher nicht realisiert wurde.

Dieser Text ist aus der Deutschen / This text is from the geman Wikipedia

Copyright: Bernd Borchers
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 14768x7384
Taken: 16/03/2012
Uploaded: 18/03/2012
Updated: 27/03/2015
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Tags: hamburg; brücke; hafen; port; bridge; schiff; ship
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