167. Graapovsky Bridge across the Volkovka River 9.27.2014
Graapovsky Bridge across the Volkovka River 9.27.2014
Translated from Russian Wikipedia:
The Graapovsky Bridge (ГРААПОВСКИЙ мост) crosses the Volkovka River at the continuation of Dnipropetrovsk street in the Central District of St. Petersburg. In 1914 the first bridge was built here. It was a wooden girder odnoprolёtny structure. The name of the bridge is connected with the Graapovyh brothers, who at the beginning of the 20th century owned a timber yard nearby.
A new bridge was built between 1962 and 1963. the bridge abutments are made of reinforced concrete. The railings are metal with granite tables at the edges. The bridge length is 27.8 m and the width is 20.4 m. The new bridge was bult by engineer Yu L. Jurkov and architect LA Sox.
Width of the bridge:
59 ° 54'39 "with. lat. 30 ° 21'32 "to. e. sh. 30.359028 ° c. (G) (O) (I)