Jammu-Kashmir rail bridge with 175 km long tunnel, over the Eiffel Tower to be completed in 2021

The world’s longest railway bridge, built on the Chenab River in Jammu and Kashmir, will be completed in 2021. The height of the bridge is 359 meters above the level of the river, while the Eiffel Tower in France is 324 meters high. At the same time, the height of Qutub Minar is 72 meters. The total span of the railway bridge is 467 meters. For the first time in December 2022, the Kashmir Valley will be connected to the rest of India. Designed in such a way that it can absorb zinc against the wind at a speed of 266 kmph. In the last one year, pool work has increased.

Trains are already running at Udhampur-Katra, Banihal-Qazigund and Qazigund-Baramulla destinations. Work is now underway on the 111-km Katra-Banihal railway section. Most of the tracks pass through the tunnel. 174 km here. A long tunnel is being built. An escape tunnel is also being built. Out of total 174 km tunnel, 126 km. ready. To be completed by December 2022. From December 2022, people will be able to travel to Kashmir by train.