Steepest Bridge in The World

Steepest Bridge in The World

The world’s steepest railway is the Hugli-Chuchura Railway Bridge in the Indian state of West Bengal. Its gradient is 38.5% and it’s known as the “world’s most dangerous bridge.” This blog will tell you more about this bridge, its dangers, and why it’s the world’s steepest.

The world is home to some of the most amazing feats of engineering – and a prime example of this is the incredible Duge Bridge in China. Here’s more about the steepest bridge in the world and why it’s worth an exploration…

It is hard to imagine a better way to help a small Chinese town with a population of less than 1,000 with decent roads than to build an amazing bridge connecting the two sides of the town. A bridge is so good it will become a tourist attraction, especially to bungee jumpers. No wonder then that the residents of this small town in China think that their mayor is a genius. But is he really? This is a story of what happened when a Chinese town built the steepest bridge in the world, a story that has been told and retold many times.