In a previous view we saw an old bridge over the Inn, but here we're looking at modern bridges over the Inn at Imst, which lies to our left.  The higher bridge, built in the 1990s, shoots traffic high over the Inn and into the mouth of the Pitztal, a valley to the south of the Inn.  The lower bridge carries local traffic from Imst to the town's train station.  The two bridges are almost the same distance from us here - one bridge goes nearly over the other.  The two bridges at different levels are a reminder of how one has to think about the vertical as well as horizontal dimensions in Tirol.  Our next stop will feature a view off the upper bridge and down onto the train station.

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