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Category:Tay Rail Bridge

This is a category about listed building number
25681.
English: The Tay Rail Bridge spans the River Tay between Dundee (on the north bank) and Wormit. The first bridge opened in 1878 but it collapsed the following year while a train was crossing it in a storm. 75 people were killed. The present day bridge was opened to replace it in 1887. The nearest railway station is at Dundee.
Tay Rail Bridge 
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railway bridge across the River Tay, Scotland
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Instance ofsteel bridge,
railway bridge,
truss bridge
Material used
LocationDundee, City of Dundee, Scotland, UK
Heritage designation
  • category A listed building
Date of official opening
  • 1 June 1878
Significant event
Length
  • 3,264 metre
Authority control
Historic Scotland ID: 25681
Wikidata

56° 26′ 14.28″ N, 2° 59′ 18.24″ W

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