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Müngstener Brücke

Die Müngstener Brücke (ehemals Kaiser-Wilhelm-Brücke) ist die höchste Eisenbahnbrücke Deutschlands.

Die stählerne Bogenbrücke ist Teil der Bahnstrecke Wuppertal-Oberbarmen–Solingen (KBS 458). Dieser wird im Regelbetrieb von der Regionalbahn 47 (Der Müngstener) befahren. Die Brücke überspannt zwischen den Städten Remscheid und Solingen in 107 m Höhe das Tal der Wupper in unmittelbarer Nähe des Haltepunktes Solingen-Schaberg.

Quelle: http://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Müngstener_Brücke


Der Brückenpark an den Ufern der Wupper bietet Platz zur Erholung, ein Wanderweg führt zum nahe gelegenen Schloß Burg. Die Wanderer überqueren dabei die Wupper mit Hilfe einer Schwebefähre, die man hinter dem Kleingolfplatz sieht.

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Copyright: Michael Kolvenbach
Art: Spherical
Resolution: 8000x4000
Taken: 17/08/2011
Hochgeladen: 24/08/2011
Aktualisiert: 22/03/2015


Tags: bridge; railway; wupper; cast iron; landmark; engineering
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