We're standing on the Muhlauer Brücke from Innsbruck proper to Muhlau, a village (now an Innsbruck suburb) on the north side of the Inn. The present modern bridge was preceded by a chain bridge, and so this area is still known as Kettenbrucke, or chain-bridge. We're looking east downstream at our next two stops. One is the tower topped with a red pyramidal roof on the left side of the river. The second is the arching railroad bridge that emerges from the main railroad station.        



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