Railway Bridge II

The Railway Bridge II is a bridge over the Vistula River in Kraków. It is also called the railway bridge on the small ring road of Krakow. Initially, it was built on wooden stilts in the 1940s by the Germans. It was located on the Mydlniki-Płaszów route, which made it possible to bypass the Main Railway Station. In 1960 it was rebuilt into a steel bridge.

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