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 Målselv bru

 
Målselv bru ( Målselv Old Bridge)
Address: Fylkesvei 854, Moen
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Architect: Structural Engineer Olaf Stang
Client: Troms County and the Norwegian Public Roads Administration
Construction System /
Materials:
Bridge
Building Type: Suspension bridge, steel, concrete
Year of Construction: 1939
The Målselv Old Bridge crosses the river Målselv north of the village Moen, which is the home of the local district council's administration. The bridge was built in 1939.

The Målselv Old Bridge is a suspension bridge with steel towers resting on concrete abutments and it spans 115 m. Each tower is made out of two13.5 m tall slim steel columns connected by steel braces. Each cable consists of 4 wires and supports 36 suspenders. The deck rests on steel girders connected to the suspenders. The bridge is 5 m wide. The cables' concrete anchorage blocks are 45 m from the towers.
Publisher: The University of Tromsø, 18.08.2015
Author: B.K.
Photographer: T.A. 2015



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