Elevated view from steep shoreline of a railroad bridge repaired with timber stacked all the way up from the riverbed to reinforce the truss of the bridge. There are stone foundations on both banks supporting the railroad bed. On the opposite side of the bridge is a uniformed soldier standing with his rifle on the slope position, controlling the passage of the bridge. The bridges metal railings have been damaged.
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