The suspension bridge Kastor is a pedestrian bridge in Engelskirchen-Loope. The bridge spans an arm of the Agger and connects the area of the disused pit Castor with Ehreshoven. The bridge is a listed building.
The bridge is located on a side arm of the Agger, about 200 meters west of the dam Ehreshoven I. It connects the districts Ehreshoven and Kastor. The 60-meter-long suspension bridge is a wooden structure suspended from eight steel cables. Because of the construction method of walking vibrations, the bridge is called "swing bridge" by locals.
May 1, 2018
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