The Hamburg Elbbrücken, the bridges across the Elbe, are the last ones before the Elbe flows into the North Sea. Since 1872, iron railway bridges have replaced ferries crossing the Norderelbe, the northern part of the Elbe, and the Süderelbe, the southern part. The Freihafen-Elbbrücke was built between 1914 and 1926, and in 1938 the Reichsautobahnbrücke across the Süderelbe was opened. After the Second World War, many new bridges, including railway bridges were built, alongside bridges from the 19th and early 20th century.
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