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Posted by Dhruba Shrestha December 6, 2018 :
The railway line connecting the Indian cities of Chennai and Rameswaram, a popular pilgrimage location, features a 2.3km-long bridge that was built into the seabed in 1914. The bridge is elevated above the water to allow ships and ferries to pass beneath. However, despite being sustained by 145 concrete pillars, the track is often flooded by the ocean. Strong whirlwinds coming from the sea also endanger the crossing, forcing trains to slow to speeds of just four metres per second.
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