Kylling Bridge

Kylling Bridge (Norwegian: Kylling bru) is a railway bridge that crosses the Rauma River near Verma in the Romsdalen valley in Møre og Romsdal county, Norway. It is probably the best known and most photographed railway bridge in Norway. Kylling Bridge is 76 metres (249 ft) long. The main span is 42 metres (138 ft), and side spans are 10 metres (33 ft) and 8 metres (26 ft). The clearance to the river is 59.3 metres (195 ft).

The building of Kylling Bridge started in September 1913. After almost 9 years, the bridge was finally finished in winter 1921. Raumabanen railway opened on 29 November 1924. Kylling Bridge cost NOK 676,000.

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