The Hubertus Viaduct (Hubertusschluchtbrücke) leads in a curve over the Hubertusschlucht. The structure has six openings 150 m long and 50 m high. At the time of construction, it was one of the highest stone arch bridges in Germany.
The bridge was built from embossed red sandstone blocks from the Neckar region. The undersides of the arches are covered with brick. At the level of the fighter, iron girders for the teaching scaffold protrude from the pillars. The final stair-frieze on both sides of the bridge has side paths secured by iron bars. Every second bridge pillar is completed by a stone parapet cantilevered.
December 18, 2019
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