Igelsta Bridge - a New Railway Bridge in Sweden
Abstract:The 2,070 m long Igelsta Bridge, now under construction, will be one of the largest railway bridges in Europe. It will be a part of the Grödinge railway line, a new 30 km long double-track line south of Stockholm. The new line will be used for mixed traffic; both heavy freight trains and new light high-speed passenger trains. At the south end of the bridge a new station will be incorporated.
Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: November 1, 1993
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