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Official name Demirköprü
Carries Trains
Crosses Seyhan River
Locale Adana, Turkey
Design Steel Bridge
Material Steel
Total length 530 m
Construction end 1912
Location of Demirköprü in Turkey

Demirköprü (English: Steel Bridge) is a railway bridge spanning the Seyhan River in Adana. Opened in 1912, it extends 530 meters between Reşatbey and Sinanpaşa neighborhoods. Demirköprü is a steel bridge constructed by German Engineers in part of the Berlin-Baghdad Railway project. It was last renovated in 2006. [1]


Coordinates: 37°00′27″N 35°20′07″E / 37.00750°N 35.33528°E / 37.00750; 35.33528

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