Khushal Garh Bridge

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Khushal Garh Bridge

The Khushal Garh Bridge is situated between Jand and Kohat on Indus river. It was first constructed in 1901 for 2ft 6in/762mm narrow gauge(NG) railway bridge as part of the Khushalgarh-Kohat-Thal Railway. In 1907 it was redesigned for broad gauge(BG). It is reported to have been constructed by a Mr Robertson (unable to verify). It is the shortest bridge over Indus river. [1]

On this bridge the train track and vehicles road for vehicles are constructed together. The upper side is used for trains and lower one for general traffic. [2]


  1. Pakistani Rail "Khushal Garh Bridge"; Retrieved 29 Apr 2016
  2. Wikimapia "Khushal Garh Bridge"; Retrieved 29 Apr 2016