No, that’s not a roller coaster! It’s a bridge in Japan

In the event that you’ve at any point needed to experience what it resembles to ride a roller coaster sitting in your own particular vehicle, then the Eshima Ohashi bridge in Japan may be your shot. In spite of the fact that the bridge doesn’t have any twists or circles, it can make even the most sure drivers dreadful of driving on it.

The Eshima Ohashi bridge, which link the urban communities of Matsue and Sakaiminato, is around 1.7km long and 11.3m wide.

It is the third biggest rigid frame bridge on the planet.

From a remote place, the bridge appears to be difficult to climb.

It appears like vehicles would simply slip and slide on it. The astonishing tallness permits huge boats to go underneath.

Regardless of looking startling, the Eshima Ohashi scaffold is quite safe. Truth be told, it’s about point of view — the photos above are very frightening, yet when seen from an alternate edge it looks more like a normal bridge with a moderately steep incline. Yet at the same time, would you be brave enough to drive on it?

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