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This is a list of all 2 bridges from the suspension bridge inventory crossing Sieg River. Please note that different rivers with the same name will be grouped together. For example, selecting 'Bear Creek' shows bridges across several different Bear Creeks. Also, similarly named rivers are grouped separately. For example, 'River Dee' (UK) bridges are grouped separately from 'Dee River' (Australia) bridges. Wherever you see a "Bridgemeister ID" number you can click it to isolate the bridge on its own page. Click here to go to the list of crossings.
1946 Halfter
Halft, Eitorf vicinity, North-Rhine-Westphalia, Germany (Sieg River)
Bridgemeister ID:1881
Coordinates:N 50.77129 E 7.47618
Maps:Acme, Google, MapQuest
Use:Footbridge
Status:In use (last checked, 2006)
Main cables:Wire (steel)
Suspended spans:3
Main span:75m
Side spans:2 x 15m
Deck width:1.7m
Notes
  • Eckhard Bernstorff notes the bridge was built by local residents after World War II using cables from cable cars.
Photo by Eckhard Bernstorff
(footbridge)
Hennef, North-Rhine-Westphalia, Germany (Sieg River)
Bridgemeister ID:2212
Coordinates:N 50.78816 E 7.28245
Maps:Acme, Google, MapQuest
Use:Footbridge
Status:In use (last checked, 2006)
Main cables:Eyebar (steel)
Suspended spans:1
Main span:70m
Deck width:2.5m between side rails, 3.0m total
Notes
  • Eckhard Bernstorff notes of this self-anchored bridge: "Two chains on each side of main span, only running from one tower to mid of main span. There, all four chains are fixed at the deck."
Photo by Eckhard Bernstorff

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