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Goz Abu Goma Bridge

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Carries  Railway
Opened  1911
Body of water  White Nile
Crosses  White Nile
Total length  536 m
Locale  Sudan
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Constructed by  Cleveland Bridge & Engineering Company

The Goz Abu Goma Bridge is a railway bridge across the White Nile at Kosti, the former Goz Abu Goma, 50 miles south of Alays, in Sudan. It is a structure on the railway line between Khartoum and Al-Ubayyid.

History

The bridge, which has nine main river openings and is about 536 metres long, was completed by Cleveland Bridge & Engineering Company in 1911.

References

Goz Abu Goma Bridge Wikipedia


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