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Crossing River Kwai bridge

View from cab while crossing the famous bridge. This is the second of two bridges built in WWII by the Japanese with forced labour (including allied PoW. The spans with curved tops are original, the flat top spans are replacements for spans destroyed by bombing.

CopyrightEdward Mallorie
TakenDate unknown
LocationRiver Kwai Railway
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