Igelsta BridgeEdit profile
The Igelsta Bridge or Igelstabron (Swedish) is a railway bridge in Södertälje, Stockholm County in Sweden. The bridge crosses the Södertälje Canal, and the E4 motorway. The length is 2140 m, and the maximum height is 48 m. It was opened in 1995, and is the longest railway-only bridge in Scandinavia. The Oresund Bridge, the western Great Belt Bridge and the Storstrøm Bridge are longer but have both rail and road.
A railway station, Södertälje Syd, is located on the western part of bridge. Escalators are used to reach the tracks. Most high speed trains on the X2000 service to Gothenburg and Copenhagen and almost all regional trains stop at the station. Local commuter trains stop at the old lower level of the station.
Coordinates: 59°10′3″N 17°40′1″E / 59.1675°N 17.66694°E / 59.1675; 17.66694