Noteworthy is the Prinzenkopf tunnel (459 m), which runs beneath the Prinzenkopf and was built in 1878 as part of the cannon railway, and the longest slope viaduct in Germany (786 m, built in 1880). The vaulted row bridge has 92 openings with a clear width of 7.2 meters. To the north of the tunnel is the Alf-Bullay double-decker bridge (1877/1878), Germany's first combined railway and road bridge on the Moselle line from Alf to Bullay.
April 7, 2020
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