Récord: 3065 m.
Localización: Across the Son River, between Dehri-on-Son and Son Nagar, in Bihar
Descripción:Nehru Setu is the fifth largest bridge in India. It was earlier known as the ‘Upper Son Bridge’. The bridge was built on son river in Dehri-Son Nagar. The length of the bridge is 3064 m (10052 ft), which was opened on 27th February, 1900 for public. It is the second longest rail bridge in India after the Vembanad Rail Bridge.
The Upper Son bridge also known as Nehru Setu rail bridge is the second longest railway bridge in India with total length of 3.065 km. Earlier Nehru Setu was the longest railway bridge in India build across the Son River in Bihar state. Nehru Setu connects Dehri-on-Son and Son Nagar open on 27 February 1900. There is a river road bridge Jawahar Setu on National Highway 2 NH-2 running parallel to the long Nehru Setu rail bridge.
Nehru Setu (Hindi: नेहरू सेतु) (earlier referred to as the Upper Son Bridge), across the Son River, between Dehri-on-Son and Son Nagar, in Bihar, is the second longest railway bridge in India, after Vembanad Rail Bridge in Kerala. However, the latter is meant only for goods traffic.
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