Cầu Sêrêpôk refers to what is today three bridges. Two bridges carry traffic today: this historic steel truss bridge carries westbound traffic, while immediately to the south, a modern bridge carries eastbound traffic. Immediately south of these two bridges is the third bridge, another historic bridge which is the original bridge here, which is today closed to traffic but left standing presumably for its heritage value.
The westbound bridge consists of a riveted steel through truss. The design of the built-up members, and use of vertical endposts suggests a European design, likely French as many old bridges in Vietnam are. Very little is known about this bridge, although it is riveted it is not as old as the concrete truss bridge.
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