Posted by admin on December 31, 2006
Used more by makeshift trolleys that ply the Southern Tracks, the Mauca Railroad Bridge has a unique span with inverted truss support rather than the usual saw truss.
This entry was posted on December 31, 2006 at 8:15 am and is filed under Bridges, Camarines Sur, Industrial Heritage.
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Hi! I just want to comment. Mauca Bridge is within Lupi, Camarines Sur, not Ragay. It is actually located in Barrio Bulawan Jr., Lupi, Camarines Sur; that’s somewhere between the town capital and Barrio Colacling, the largest barrio of the Lupi.
What a beautiful bridge with engineering marvel! I actually agree with Vic Nierva comments. Once before I was a trolley pedal operator in that area for so long. FYI, I was born at Colacling.
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