The Imbaba Bridge is a major railway bridge located in Cairo, Egypt across the Nile River. It is located about 935 kilometers downstream from Aswan Dam. Imbaba Bridge currently the only railway bridge across the Nile in Cairo. The current version of the bridge was built between 1912 and 1924 by the Belgian firm Baume-Marpent. The first iteration of the bridge was constructed in 1891 and was designed to allow railways to cross the Nile River west towards the Giza Train Station.
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