Karl Rümmele was a railway construction engineer at the Baden State Railways. It was he who set the idea for a continuous walk through the Wutachschlucht with webs rolling. A special feature was the construction of the bridges as suspension bridges. They were anchored one-sidedly in the rock while resting on the other side on a stone pillar. If now the pillar would be destroyed by flood, the bridge still hangs freely at the rock.
February 4, 2019
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