The Railway Bridge (Latvian: Dzelzceļa tilts) is a bridge that crosses the Daugava river in Riga, the capital of Latvia.
The first iron railway bridge in Riga, over 600 ftm long, was erected in 1871-1872 for Riga - Jelgava railroad.
The new bridge was inaugurated 1914, shelled twice, during World War I in 1917 and World War II in 1944, and was rebuilt both times. The bridge is nowadays the only railway bridge in Riga.
Riga old iron bridge, erected 1871-1872
Inauguration of the Railway Bridge in 1914
German troops crossing the shelled bridge 1917
Coordinates: 56°56′32″N 24°06′24″E / 56.9422588°N 24.1067505°E