83. Oil Bridge across the Bypass Canal 9.22.2014

Oil (Maslyny) Bridge across the Bypass Canal 9.22.2014

From Wikepedia:
Oil Bridge (Масляный мост, Maslyny) is a pedestrian bridge over the Bypass canal, which connects the left and right banks of the canal. The bridge got its name from the nearby Oil alley. The bridge was built in 1984 by engineer B. E. Dvorkin and architect V. Ivanov.

The bridge is an odnoprolёtny metal girder construction. It serves as the basis for bridge embankment wall. The span is in the form of two metal beams of I-section with a curved outline of the lower belt. The top spans are overlapped prefabricated reinforced concrete slabs. Within the structure are gas and utility pipes. The bridge is 30.7 m long and 3 m wide. The bridge deck is asphalt. There are iron railing and granite curbstones. Initially there were four metal floor lamps, but in the 2000s they were dismantled. By design, the bridge is identical to the Gas and Mozhayskoe bridges.

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