Longbian Bridge, built more than 100 years ago (started in 1898 and completed in 1903), is the oldest railway bridge in northern Vietnam. The bridge spans the Red River, 1682.6 meters in length and 106.20 meters in main span. It is a steel truss cantilever bridge with 19 holes. On September 27, 2002, Vietnam Post issued a set of four stamps, one of which is Longbian Bridge in Hanoi, which shows that the bridge is very famous in Vietnam.
Longbian Bridge, probably no one would have thought that it is now in ruins, as if the wind would collapse this steel bridge was designed by Eiffel, the railway bridge across the Red River, the flow of bicycles and motorcycles, as well as young women of all ages wearing the shape of Audawa literature and art.
Longbian Bridge was designed by the designer of the Eiffel Tower. Although it has gone through the wind and frost and is now rusty, it still bears an important role as a transportation hub. Every evening, many people come here for a walk and enjoy the scenery of both sides of the Taiwan Strait.
Longbian Bridge is Vietnam's first metal bridge, built 100 years ago by France for both railway and freight cars. Due to lack of maintenance, the bridge looks worse and feels chaotic motorcycle waves. Besides, there are also some local cyclists in small grocery stands near the road built at Longbian Railway Station.
The cantilever bridge across the Red River is still in use. It was built around 1900. Designed by French designer Gustav Eiffel. The one who designed and supervised the Eiffel Tower in Paris. Originally named Paul Dumei Bridge, the Vietnamese Communist Party has changed its name since its establishment.
Although Longbian Bridge has been built for more than one hundred years, it is still a very important access to Hanoi, and has made outstanding contributions to alleviating the traffic in Hanoi. The designer of the bridge is a Frenchman, who appreciates the style of the bridge from a distance and looks at the traces left by the years on it. It almost became a victim in many wars of that year, but it survived and stubbornly survived.