Built in 1952 and severely damaged by flood waters in 2013, the bridge to the Maria-Ward-Realschule school in Castle Neuhaus has been replaced by a flood-safe post tensioned granite bridge, whose steel railings can be quickly disassembled in case of flooding and then reassembled afterwards. Despite being only 30 cm thick, the bridge was designed so that supply vehicles and emergency vehicles up to 20 t can drive over it. Almost 700 people cross the bridge daily to reach the listed ensemble on the island on the Inn river.
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