Rendsburger Hochbrücke is a railway bridge and transport bridge. The bridge crosses the Kiel Canal at Rendsburg in Germany. The Kiel Canal was built between 1887 and 1985. The Neumünster-Flensburg railway line crossed the canal with a swing bridge. This meant that larger boats had to wait when train two was due to pass. It was then decided that a new bridge should be built. It was designed by the German engineer Friedrich Voss. Construction of the bridge began in 1911 and it opened in 1913.
The bridge is 2,486 meters long and has a main span of 140 metres. It is 68 meters high and has a sailing height of 42 meters.