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Golden Bridge, Bharuch
(4.1/5 based on 75+ reviews on the web)
The Golden Bridge connects Ankleshwar to Bharuch in the Gujarat state of western India. It was built in 1881 by the British, who needed a bridge across the Narmada River to create better access to trade and administration officials in Bombay.The Bridge is also called Narmada Bridge.
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  • Yes the title I have given to this place is absolutely correct. This bridge was built 100 years ago but you won't be able to find anything damaging or deteriorating. Excellent engineering. Still activ...  more »
  • I was in a business trip going to Panoli from Bharuch station and it appeared this bridge over the river Narmada. The GoldenBridge connects Ankleshwar to Bharuch in the Gujarat state of western India....  more »
  • I had visited this place with my family.this bridge is lo long.its length is like 1.5 km.the structure of this bridge is amazing.since the British the bridge look like comon but it's can very high str...  more »
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  • Commenced 7th December 1877 and Completed On 16th May 1881.Solution of Bharuch trafic. Very Old And Historical Bridge.
  • Good place but has lots of traffic if you are in a hurray better avoid this route.Also very narrow road causing very difficult for first timers to cross the bridge.
  • It's a British marvel. Worth experiencing
  • From 1885, till date as it is. Very well made.
  • Old narrow and very inconvenient bridge. Mostly jammed in traffic.