Ayub Bridge

Ayub Bridge exists between Rohri and Sukkur on Indus river in Pakistan. The foundation stone of this steel arch bridge was laid on 9th December 1960 and inaugurated by President Muhammad Ayub Khan on 6th May 1962.

The Ayub Bridge became the world’s third longest Railway arch span and the first Railway bridge in the world which slung on coiled wire rope suspenders.

Before 6th May 1962 Lansdowne Bridge was the use for railway traffic which is a hundred feet apart from Ayub Bridge but after completion of Ayub Bridge Railway traffic shifted to this bridge.


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