India to build world's highest railway bridge Chenab Bridge in Jammu Kashmir

India to build world's highest railway bridge Chenab Bridge in Jammu Kashmir

You might have travelled above 1000 feet in aero-plane but
you must not have travelled at that much height with a Railcar, But Indian
engineers are ready to lift such a bulky weighty weighing car of iron to a
height 35 meters more than that of Eiffel Tower.
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“The Project worth more than 90 million is being handled by the Railway Corporation. It includes more than 25 thousands tones of steel.”

Background of the Project

Currently Guizhou Province of China is enjoying the world’s
tallest railway bridge which stands over Beipanjiang River but despondently
this record is about to break in 2016 as its height of 275 meters is by no
means near to 359 meters which is the expected height of arch-shaped steel
railway bridge.

India to build world's highest railway bridge Chenab Bridge in Jammu Kashmir
Steel cranes in Operation (AFP Photo/Prakash Singh)
The northern areas of Jammu and Kashmir State hosts
spectacular mountainous region and at such a height the railcar can’t cross the
Chenab River, but thanks to Civil Engineering of newest era that gave the
principles to rule the world.

India to build world's highest railway bridge Chenab Bridge in Jammu Kashmir
Excavator being Operated (AFP Photo/Prakash Singh)

According to a local News agency this bridge is expected to be
ready by December 2016. The steel structure has obviously a poor vibrating
dampness  characteristics, for this
reason safety and precautions have been made to avoid any devastating
earthquake and wind speeds.

India to build world's highest railway bridge Chenab Bridge in Jammu Kashmir
Project currently in development stages

The Project worth more than 90 million is being handled by
the Railway Corporation. It includes more than 25 thousands tones of steel. Due
to the difficult typography of the area few of the tones has to be transported
by Helicopters.

Project Purpose

The Project named as Chenab Bridge spanning Chenab River
between Bakki and Kauri, in Reasi Distric of Jammu and Kashmir. Due to
questions on its safety and stability the project had been stopped in 2008
after which it is restarted in 2010 due to assurance and deep model study of
the project.
India to build world's highest railway bridge Chenab Bridge in Jammu Kashmir
Huge cranes (AFP Photo/Prakash Singh)
This highest railway bridge in World would make you scarier
than riding the roller coaster that will bring everything eaten. 😀
So just wait and see

Video of the Project

Here is a AFP Official Video of the World’s Tallest Railway Bridge

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