Panval Railway Bridge


Konkan Railway bridge across Panval River in Ratnagiri. This is at present Asia’s third highest Viaduct and was constructed by Larsen & Toubro Ltd (L&T) ECC Division. It was made by one of its kind Slip Technology which was used in India for the first time.
The Panvel Nadi viaduct,a 424 m long railway bridge is one of Asia’s tallest viaducts across the Panvel river on the Konkan railway line near Ratnagiri, Maharashtra. The tallest of the piers is about 64m above bed level. The bridge superstructure is a single-cell continuous prestressed concrete box girder with nine intermediate 40m spans and two end spans of 30m each. The substructure consists of hollow octagonal reinforced concrete piers resting on open foundations.

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