Beisfjord Bridge

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Beisfjord Bridge
Beisfjordbrua
Coordinates 68°24′26″N 17°25′20″E / 68.40722°N 17.42222°E / 68.40722; 17.42222Coordinates: 68°24′26″N 17°25′20″E / 68.40722°N 17.42222°E / 68.40722; 17.42222
Carries E06
Crosses Beisfjorden
Locale Narvik, Norway
Other name(s) Ankenesbrua
Characteristics
Total length 375 metres (1,230 ft)
History
Opened 1957

Beisfjord Bridge (Norwegian: Beisfjordbrua) is a bridge that crosses the Beisfjorden on the west side of the town of Narvik in Nordland county, Norway. The 375-metre (1,230 ft) long bridge connects Ankenes, a residential area on the west side of Narvik, to the city centre of Narvik. Ankenes is on the southwestern side of the Beisfjorden, while the city center and the majority of the population is on the northeastern side.[1]

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  1. ^ Beisfjord Bridge at Structurae. Retrieved 2012-05-23.