Strömsund Bridge

63.84972222222215.546111111111Koordinaten: 63 ° 50 ' 59 " N, 15 ° 32' 46" E

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European Route 45

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The Strömsundbrücke is a two-lane road bridge with two wide sidewalks and connects with Strömsund Näsviken in Jämtland, Sweden. Over the bridge leads the European Route 45

Designed by Franz Dischinger cable-stayed bridge is considered the first major cable-stayed bridge in the world. It was in the years 1953-1955 by Skanska (concrete foundations) and Demag (steel construction ) built and inaugurated in 1956.

It has a main span of 182 meters, a total length of 332 meters and a brush-like arrangement of the stay cables. Your 14,30 m wide bridge deck consists of a flat, 3.25 m high steel box girder, on the one interrupted by expansion joints of concrete pavement is. The two 28 m high pylons of riveted steel plates form upward slightly tapered frame on the tips of the housings are mounted on the cable saddles. From a distance, seen appear in each segment, only two cables to be stretched obliquely to the bridge deck, actually four ropes with spacers are arranged close to each other.

  • Cable-stayed bridge
  • Community Strömsund
  • Jämtland
  • Structure in Jämtland County
  • Bridge in Sweden
  • Traffic ( Jämtland County )
  • Built in the 1950s
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