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Bridge named of Bronislaw Malinowski - the longest road-railway bridge in Poland, situated in Grudziadz on the bottom Vistula.

Is this bridge steel, truss consisting from 11 bays about spans of 100.00 m.
Structured became by the Germans during Prussian annexation, in years 1876-1879, in the sequence of railway line Laskowice Pomeranian-Grudziadz and a today's national road of 16.
During the military operations of II of world war a bridge was twice destroyed, in 1939(through Polish Troops) and in 1945(through Germans). A bridge was rebuilt in 1947-1951.

A bridge carries the name of sportsman and olympian Bronislaw Malinowski, that perished in a travelling accident on a bridge in 1981.

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