Hardinge Bridge – Tourism Info

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Hardinge Bridge

This Hardinge Bridge made of steel is constructed over the lowest flow of the Ganges at Sara in between the Pakshi and the Bheramara stations. This hundred years old iron bridge is 1.80 kilometres long. Hardinge Bridge has linked Pakshi Railway Station in Ishwardi upazila of Pabna district with the Bheramara Railway stations of Khustia. This is the longest railway bridge in Bangladesh. This bridge was built during the period 1909-1915. This bridge was named after the then Viceroy Lord Hardinge. There run two broad-gauge rail lines on the bridge. The bridge has 15 spans, and 24 thousand workilometresen were employed to construct the bridge and at that time it cost in total Tk. 35.2 million. Many tourists come here to see the century old bridge built on the iron structure.

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