Мосты для поездов в Африке
Most of the bridges in Africa are built for cars and trucks, but what about trains? Train travel is an important part of life in many African countries, but it can be difficult to find bridges that can accommodate the weight and size of a train. There are a few reasons for this. First, many African countries have a limited budget for infrastructure projects. Second, trains are not as common in Africa as they are in other parts of the world, so there is less demand for train bridges. However, there are a few notable exceptions. The Bridge of the Horns, which spans the Red Sea between Sudan and Djibouti, is one of the longest train bridges in the world. The Kenyatta Railway Bridge in Kenya is another example of a long train bridge in Africa. Both of these bridges were built in the early 21st century, which shows that African countries are starting to invest more in infrastructure projects that can accommodate the growing demand for train travel. With more investment, we can expect to see more train bridges being built in Africa in the years to come.