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When is a bridge not an overbridge?

  • July 14, 2013, 4:49pm

On the railway (I'm a train driver) we use overbridge and underbridge regularly. An underbridge is one that passes underneath the railway, and overbridge is on which crosses over the railway. It is important to distinguish between the two rather than just say bridge as not only are they used to pinpoint locations they also have different regulations for line speed if there is a bridge strike or other structural problem!