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China completes world's longest cross-sea road-rail bridge

Updated: Sep 26,2019 10:47 AM    Xinhua
Aerial photo taken on Sept 21, 2019 shows a steel girder being lifted by a crane at the construction site of the Pingtan Strait Road-rail Bridge in Southeast China's Fujian province. China on Sept 25 completed the main structure of the world's longest cross-sea road-rail bridge in Fujian. The last steel girder, weighing 473 metric tons, was bolted on the Pingtan Strait Road-rail Bridge, another mega project in China, on Sept 25. With a staggering span of 16.34 km, the bridge connects Pingtan Island and four nearby islets to the mainland of Fujian province. [Photo/Xinhua]
Aerial photo taken on Sept 21, 2019 shows a steel girder being lifted by a crane at the construction site of the Pingtan Strait Road-rail Bridge in Southeast China's Fujian province. [Photo/Xinhua]
Aerial photo taken on Sept 21, 2019 shows a steel girder being lifted by a crane at the construction site of the Pingtan Strait Road-rail Bridge in Southeast China's Fujian province. [Photo/ Xinhua]
Aerial photo taken on Sept 21, 2019 shows a steel girder being lifted by a crane at the construction site of the Pingtan Strait Road-rail Bridge in Southeast China's Fujian province. [Photo/Xinhua]
Staff members of China Railway Nanchang Group attend a ceremony marking the completion of the main structure of the Pingtan Strait Road-rail Bridge in Southeast China's Fujian province, Sept 25, 2019. [Photo/Xinhua]

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