Imphal: The Indian Railways flied the tricolor atop the world’s largest pier bridge. The national flag was flown atop the Noney Bridge in Manipur to mark the 75th Independence Day.
‘Tiranga soaring to new heights! Our Tiranga flying at the ongoing world’s tallest railway pier bridge project, Noney Bridge in Manipur, on the eve of India At 75’, tweeted Indian Railways.
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Noney Bridge is the world’s largest pier bridge. The bridge is being constructed across river Ijai near Noney in Manipur. It is considered as an ‘ engineering marvel’. The tallest pier height of the bridge will be of 141 meter. The bridge is a part of Jiribam-Tupul-Imphal new BG line project (111 Km). The total length of the bridge will be 703 meter. It was taken up in 2008 and was declared a National Project.
Tiranga ?? soaring to new heights!
Our Tiranga flying at the ongoing world's tallest railway pier bridge project, Noney Bridge in Manipur, on the eve of #IndiaAt75.#HarGharTiranga pic.twitter.com/p0whKj1qFp
— Ministry of Railways (@RailMinIndia) August 14, 2022
Noney Bridge will surpass the existing record of 139 meter of Mala – Rijeka viaduct, Montenegro in Europe.
Our national pride ?? flying high at world's highest Railway arch bridge, Chenab bridge, as the Golden Joint work is finished today.With this, deck of the bridge stands completed.#HarGharTiranga pic.twitter.com/NWeU8MfT7M
— Ministry of Railways (@RailMinIndia) August 13, 2022
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