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Small Marxer Bridge, 1899-1900;
Vienna I., River Wien crossing

k. k. Albert Milde

General view of the Small Marxer Bridge

General view of the Small Marxer Bridge

 

Detailed view of the Small Marxer Bridge

Detailed view of the Small Marxer Bridge

 

Archive photo; detailed plan of the bridge walking roads

Archive photo; detailed plan of the bridge walking roads

Beginning of the bridge montage: 1.9.1899
Acceptance Certificate: 27.11.1899
Test loading: 11.1.1900
Final acceptance: 19.2.1900
Repair: 1928 and after 1945
Constructor: Viennese municipality
Planning and site management: City building department
Architectural design: Josef Hackhofer and Friedrich Ohmann
Metal constructions: Albert Milde & Co.
Master-builder: Enrico Peregrini, Michele Calderai, Guiseppe Feltrinelli & Co.
Bridge railing: Gusswerk der Maschinenbau-Aktien-Gesellschaft,
former Breitfeld, Danék & Co., Blansko
Construction system: Iron bridge, Lattice girder
Clear span: 26,50 m
Bridge width: 24,00 m
Dead weight of metal constructions: 308 t
Working load: 4.600 N/m2 and one four-wheeled 12t Auto
Construction costs: 170.000 Kr.
Archive Sources: MA 29, Objekt 13, Inv. 0 109/1, 12

Construction History:
The Small Marxer Bridge has no previous analogs; it was planned and built within the framework of river Wien engineering together with Stubenbr├╝cke, Zollamtssteg, and Radetzkybr├╝cke. The iron works were handed over on 31.10.1898 to the company Albert Milde & Co.