China's first cross-sea rail-road bridge takes shape | 2017-11-17 10:35
China's first cross-sea rail-road bridge takes shape

The pile foundation of total of 1,895 support pillars of Pingtan Haixia Rail-Road Bridge, China's first cross-sea rail-road bridge has been completed on Nov 16. The construction will go above ground after the underwater work has finished. The bridge has two layers, with the upper level carrying a six-lane highway and the lower level bearing a double-track railway. The 16.3-km-long bridge connects Fuzhou, capital of Fujian province, with the island city of Pingtan off the coast of the Taiwan Straits. [Photo/]

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