Grudziądz – Bronisław Malinowski Bridge

This rather industrial bridge overlooks the city and is both the main road and rail entrance. It is named after Bronisław Malinowski, an athlete who died on the bridge in a car accident in the 1980s.

It was first opened in 1879, when under German occupation, and it remains the longest road and rail bridge in Poland.

The bridge was reconstructed after the Second World War, having been destroyed first by the Polish to slow the German advance and then by the Germans as they were withdrawing.