This is a single suspension bridge from my historical inventory of suspension bridges.
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|1849 Galliéni (Napoleon)|
|Lyon, France (Rhône River)|
|Main cables:||Wire (iron)|
|Side spans:||39m, 67m|
- Replaced by an arch bridge in the early 20th century. Built as part of the same project as the Kitchener-Marchand bridge; they were on the same alignment, with one crossing the Saône and the other the Rhône. Both were originally known as the Napoleon bridges.
- Companion to 1849 Kitchener-Marchand (Napoleon, Kitchener, Midi) - Lyon, France.
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