110. Red Cadet Bridge over the Zhdanovka River 9.24.2014
Red Cadet (Krasnogo Kursanta) Bridge over the Zhdanovka River 9.24.2014
Translated from Russian Wikipedia:
The Red Cadet (Krasnogo Kursanta) Bridge (мост КРАСНОГО КЧРСАНТА) (1829-1876 - Old Peter, 1876-1889 - Average Petrovsky, 1889-1930 - Cadet) crosses over the over the Zhdanovka River to connect the Petrograd side with Peter Island southeast of the Palace of Sports SKA axis Petrovsky Avenue.
The first wooden bridge in the area was marked on the map in 1817. It was 420 m downstream and joined with the Peter Petrovsky Avenue alley. Around 1840, the bridge moved to the present location, repeatedly repaired and in 1957 it was closed. The modern bridge was built in 1962 by engineer VV Demchenko, AD Gutzeit and architect LA Noskov. Technical solutions were used in the construction of the bridge Tuchkova. Its span is covered knee-suspended structure of prestressed concrete for reinforced concrete, faced with granite, abutments. The bridge is 57 m, width 22 m.
Type of construction:
Odnoprolёtny reinforced concrete cantilever-suspension design
Width of the bridge:
Began Modern Operation:
59 ° 57'19 "with. sh. 30 ° 16'52 "to. d. (G) (O) (I)