View of the structure of the Bridge of industry or iron on the river Tiber in Rome.
View of the structure of the Bridge of industry or iron on the river Tiber in Rome.
the bridge was inaugurated in 1863 in papal Rome, in the presence of Pius IX, the last Pope to reside in the Quirinale. Designed by the engineer Barthélémy, it was used as a railway bridge for the Civitavecchia-Termini line until 1911, when the railway was moved to the bigger new bridge close to it and the iron bridge was left in place for vehicles and pedestrians. In these years its name was changed to “Ponte dell’Industria”, due to the industrialization of the area along the banks of the Tiber, the so-called Porto fluviale.
the bridge was inaugurated in 1863 in papal Rome, in the presence of Pius IX, the last Pope to reside in the Quirinale. Designed by the engineer Barthélémy, it was used as a railway bridge for the Civitavecchia-Termini line until 1911, when the railway was moved to the bigger new bridge close to it and the iron bridge was left in place for vehicles and pedestrians. In these years its name was changed to “Ponte dell’Industria”, due to the industrialization of the area along the banks of the Tiber, the so-called Porto fluviale.
the bridge was inaugurated in 1863 in papal Rome, in the presence of Pius IX, the last Pope to reside in the Quirinale. Designed by the engineer Barthélémy, it was used as a railway bridge for the Civitavecchia-Termini line until 1911, when the railway was moved to the bigger new bridge close to it and the iron bridge was left in place for vehicles and pedestrians. In these years its name was changed to “Ponte dell’Industria”, due to the industrialization of the area along the banks of the Tiber, the so-called Porto fluviale.
the bridge was inaugurated in 1863 in papal Rome, in the presence of Pius IX, the last Pope to reside in the Quirinale. Designed by the engineer Barthélémy, it was used as a railway bridge for the Civitavecchia-Termini line until 1911, when the railway was moved to the bigger new bridge close to it and the iron bridge was left in place for vehicles and pedestrians. In these years its name was changed to “Ponte dell’Industria”, due to the industrialization of the area along the banks of the Tiber, the so-called Porto fluviale.
the bridge was inaugurated in 1863 in papal Rome, in the presence of Pius IX, the last Pope to reside in the Quirinale. Designed by the engineer Barthélémy, it was used as a railway bridge for the Civitavecchia-Termini line until 1911, when the railway was moved to the bigger new bridge close to it and the iron bridge was left in place for vehicles and pedestrians. In these years its name was changed to “Ponte dell’Industria”, due to the industrialization of the area along the banks of the Tiber, the so-called Porto fluviale.
the bridge was inaugurated in 1863 in papal Rome, in the presence of Pius IX, the last Pope to reside in the Quirinale. Designed by the engineer Barthélémy, it was used as a railway bridge for the Civitavecchia-Termini line until 1911, when the railway was moved to the bigger new bridge close to it and the iron bridge was left in place for vehicles and pedestrians. In these years its name was changed to “Ponte dell’Industria”, due to the industrialization of the area along the banks of the Tiber, the so-called Porto fluviale.
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