Podgórski Bridge

The Podgórski Bridge is a non-existent bridge built in the years 1844-1850 at the end of today’s Mostowa and K. Brodzińskiego Streets in Krakow. The bridge was designed by Eng. Kutscher.

It was a wood and stone structure on four pillars. During its construction, a steam engine was used, which was an unusual novelty at that time. The bridge was named after Emperor Franz Joseph I.

The bridge was demolished in 1925, and until the Second Bridge was built, a makeshift footbridge was placed there and a fee was charged for the crossing.

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