The Kylling bridge is a railway bridge that crosses the Rauma river in the Romsdalen valley in the county of Møre og Romsdal.
The Kylling Bridge is probably the best known and most photographed railway bridge in Norway. It is located on the Raumabanen Railway between Dombås and Åndalsnes and stands as an example of impressive engineering and construction work. The bridge is 76 metres long and it was completed in 1921.
Facts about the Kylling bridge
- The railway bridge that crosses the Rauma river
- Construction started in September 1913, finished in 1921
- The bridge is 76 metres long
- An example of beautiful Norwegian construction work