Hohenzollern Bridge

  • photo of Hohenzollern Bridge
  • photo of Hohenzollern Bridge
  • photo of Hohenzollern Bridge
  • photo of Hohenzollern Bridge
  • photo of Hohenzollern Bridge
Original nameHohenzollernbrücke
LocationKöln, Germany
CrossesRhinen
Statusin use
Open1948
FunctionRailway bridge
DesignArch bridge
Length409 m
Longest span168 m
Width26 m
Number of spans3
See bridge in maps

Hohenzollern Bridge is located in Cologne, Germany, it crosses the river Rhine.
Today's Hohenzollern Bridge was opened in 1948, with only two railway tracks, it has been expanded with time, in 1959, expanded it with two tracks and two tracks in 1987.
The bridge is the most used railway bridge in Germany, the bridge has totatl 6 railway tracks. The bridge has regularly over 1200 trains passing through the bridge daily.
On the sidewalk on one side of the bridge, people since 2008 placed love padlocks on the fence between the sidewalk and the train line.