On a foggy Saturday morning, my grandfather took me to the Han River Bridge in Ankang.
First, we went to the high wall and looked around. The Han River was flowing constantly. The Han River Bridge crossed the Han River and connected the South and the north of the river.
When we came to the gate of Hanjiang Bridge, I saw four buffalo around the gate, with long sharp horns, round belly and square legs like four small pillars. The top of the gate
There is a golden eagle that spreads its wings. Grandpa told me: people hope that the buffalo can hold the water demon in the Han River, and the Golden Eagle symbolizes our healthy take-off. The Hanjiang Bridge is divided into two small bridges. The bridge on the right is the road from Jiangnan to Jiangbei. The bridge on the left is the road from Jiangbei to Jiangnan. The Han River Bridge is full of cars and pedestrians.
There are 22 lights on the Hanjiang Bridge. I stand on the Hanjiang Bridge and look into the river. The water in the river is different in depth. The water in the deep place is green, the water in the shallow place is white, and the water in the other place is dry, showing the white sand beach.
We came to the bottom of the bridge again and saw that the Hanjiang Bridge is supported by 10 piers, and each pier is composed of 12 columns, which is very solid.
Hanjiang Bridge is a transportation hub in the South and north of the Yangtze River. It brings great convenience to the life of Ankang people and makes great contribution to the construction of Ankang. I love Hanjiang Bridge and my hometown Ankang!