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6,500-ton railway bridge rotated in China's Hubei

Updated: Aug 29,2019 09:50 AM    Xinhua
A 6,500-ton railway bridge is rotated to its targeted location above the Beijing-Kowloon Railway by staff members of the China Railway 11 Bureau Group in Central China's Hubei province, Aug 28, 2019. The bridge being rotated is on the Hubei section of the Anqing-Jiujiang high-speed railway linking Anqing in East China's Anhui with Jiujiang in East China's Jiangxi. [Photo/Xinhua]
A staff member of the China Railway 11 Bureau Group works on site as a 6,500-ton railway bridge is rotated to its targeted location above the Beijing-Kowloon Railway in Central China's Hubei province, Aug 28, 2019. [Photo/Xinhua]
Aerial photo taken on Aug 28, 2019 shows staff members of the China Railway 11 Bureau Group rotating a 6,500-ton railway bridge to its targeted location above the Beijing-Kowloon Railway in Central China's Hubei province. [Photo/Xinhua]
A staff member of the China Railway 11 Bureau Group tracks data on site as a 6,500-ton railway bridge is rotated to its targeted location above the Beijing-Kowloon Railway in Central China's Hubei province, Aug 28, 2019. [Photo/Xinhua]
Aerial photo taken on Aug 28, 2019 shows staff members of the China Railway 11 Bureau Group rotating a 6,500-ton railway bridge to its targeted location above the Beijing-Kowloon Railway in Central China's Hubei province. [Photo/Xinhua]

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