Taushubetsu River Bridge
Taushubetsu River Bridge
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Chua Ban Hoo
Malaysia412 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Nov 2015
We drove for more than an hour to get here. The drive was relaxing and cool. When we arrived, the bridge was below the water level. After waiting for two hours the level dropped and we could see the bridge. It was amazing and picturesque. This is off the beaten track, you need a car to get here.
Written November 9, 2015
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John
Leavenworth, KS1,300 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Apr 2017 • Solo
This is the longest of the arch rail bridges on the former rail line between Obihiro and Tokachi Sanmata a former logging town north of Horoko. It crosses through the middlle of the Nukabira Lake and is completely submerged when the lake is fulll. You cannot walk along the top of the bridge - it is slowly crumbling, but you can walk under and alongside it in the winter when the lake is low. Lake Nukabira drains during the winter and fills up again with the snow melt and rains of summer.
Written April 25, 2017
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ongwl82016
Singapore, Singapore789 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Jun 2018 • Family
There are a few carparks along Nukabira National Highway that runs alongside with the man-made Lake Nukabira. We didn't stop at any until we came to the last one that is just beside road at the opposite side(we were heading north) as we intended to just check out the longest concrete arch bridge of the former rail line. The so-called carpark is just a space wide enough beside the main road for maybe 6-7 sedan cars. The easy walk or hike through the forest from the carpark took us abt 10min and brought us to the shore of the lake. The observatory is just only an open space near to the lake side with a unobstructed view to the other side of the lake where the arch bridge is. We can see the bridge only from far, and spent a few good minutes to just admire its structure and the background for its existence.
Written July 10, 2018
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