100-metres Bridge, Thailand
Saphan Nueng Roi Met
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|Carries||1 Railway track|
|Locale||Prachuap Khiri Khan Province|
|Official name||No official name|
|Maintained by||State Railway of Thailand|
|Total length||100.00 metres|
|Longest span||25.00 metres|
|Constructed by||FRODINCHAM IRON & STEEL Co., Ltd. ENGLAND|
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100-metres Bridge or Saphan Nueng Roi Met is a small railway bridge in Thailand. It is situated in Prachuap Khiri Khan Province on Southern Line Railway. It is on the unknown canal, that started in Tambon Khao Noi and ended in Tembon Pranburi
It is a truss bridge.
- Rotfaithai. Com. "Rotfaithai.Com". portal.rotfaithai.com. Retrieved 2014-05-13.
- Photos of the bridge (in Thai)
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