On the 24th of July, 1928 Land- & See-Transport carries out his most spectacular transport in its young history: The new arches of a bridge for the new Elbbrücke of 1885. The necessary steel shares are transported by inland ship from Rhineland to Hamburg and are joined there. The completed bridgearches are loaded onto several barges, these are brought in the right position with flood, so that with low tide the arches can be set down at her final place.
The bridge is still in use today for the buslanes from Hamburg-Veddel to the city centre. We still feel so conected to this bridge, that we wanted it to be part of our head graphics on our homepage, where you can find it onthe right margin.