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Veresk Bridge: Veresk bridge was constructed during the empire of Reza Shah Pahlavi, on the Veresk valley in the vicinity of Savad Kooh in Mazandaran province. The railroad began in 1936 by Irans Reza Shah when the first train arrived from the Caspian Banadar Turkman port to the city of Tehran. During the world war II, it was known as the Pol-e-Piroozi, or the bridge of victory. The bridge is at an elevation of 110 m. and its arch measures 66 m. in length. This bridge is one of the master pieces of engineering to do with the railway track in northern Iran. The railroad is 497 km long, has 31 stations and more than 55 tunnels the most famous of which is the Gadouk Tunnel with a length of 2887 meters.


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