Braunauer Railway Bridge in Munich
The Braunauer railway bridge spans the River Isar and, with an extended bridge construction, also the Großen Stadtbach between the Brudermühl bridge to the south and the Wittelsbacher bridge to the north. The bridge was built between 1869 and 1871 as a lattice bridge with two sets of rails and rebuilt as a girder bridge in 1958. However, part of the old lattice bridge is still standing with a third set of rails that are no longer in use. The iron latticework is badly corroded. Prolific graffiti on the walls of the underpasses provides an urban touch.