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Gien sur Loire - By Flyprod
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Trois ponts franchissent la Loire à Gien. Le vieux pont médiéval, reconstruit en 1734 et réparé en 1945, est un pont en maçonnerie qui supporte la route départementale 941 (ex RN 140 de Montargis à Figeac) ; le nouveau pont, construit en 1980, est en béton pré-contraint et supporte la route départementale 940 (déviation de Gien) ; le viaduc ferroviaire qui fut l'un des trois ouvrages les plus longs au monde au moment de sa construction.

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