Ichinoto Bridge and SL Banetsu Monogatari
An iron bridge on the JR Ban-Etsusai Line that spans the Ichinoto River and is 445m long and 24m high. When it was completed in 1910, it was said to be the largest bridge in the Orient, and was selected as a modern industrial heritage by the Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry. Since it is a section that does not use electricity, there are no electric wires or utility poles, and it is a popular shooting point for trains. Illumination will be held for a limited time, and you can enjoy a fantastic atmosphere.
|Street address||Kofunaji, Yamatomachi, Kitakata City, Fukushima Prefecture (in the lower reaches of the Ichinoto River)|
|point||Looking up from the sign installation location|
|access||Car: Approximately 5 minutes from Yamato Station on the Ban-Etsusai Line Walking: Approximately 15 minutes from Yamato Station on the Ban-Etsusai Line|
Viewpoint Sign installation location