|June 2011 (38.2049 Degrees, 140.8921 Degrees) Natori River Utility Bridge|
A separate bridge will often be built to carry a utility in Japan. We saw today's bridge in the distance in Saturday's photo of the JR Natori River Bridge. In today's photo we are traveling north on the Tobu Toll Road and the utility bridge is on our right. It is a 540 m long, six span steel through arch carrying what looks like a 24 inch waterline. At each end of the bridge the utility line goes up (to allow traffic to travel under it) and then descends underground.
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