Note: This bridge has not yet been photo-documented/inspected by the HistoricBridges.org team. Narratives are compiled using information and photos offered on the internet. Photo Credit For Above Photo: Rejean Beauchamp
This unique bridge features an unusually shaped cantilver truss which at one end holds a simple span truss that rests on it giving this bridge a very strange appearance. The remaining spans of this bridge appear to have been destroyed or demolished and replaced with Bailey truss spans.
Both Vietnam and Cambodia have a number of concrete bridges of unusual design, of which this is one example. France is known to have constructed some unusual types of concrete bridges within their own borders, and they appear to have brought their unusual designs to this part of the world as well.
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