Yalu River Broken Bridge, located in Dandong City, Liaoning Province, was built in 1909. It is 944.2 meters long and 11 meters wide with twelve holes. The fourth hole from the middle is the open and closed beam, with the circular pier of No. 4 as the axis. 90° for easy sailing. It takes 20 minutes to rotate each time. The US military was blown up during the War to Resist US Aggression and Aid Korea. The remaining four holes on the Chinese side have become a historical testimony to the war against US aggression.
Yalu River Broken Bridge
In 1909, the Japanese invaders plundered China and built the bridge on the Yalu River, which was completed in 1911. In 1943, the Japanese built a second bridge of the same type on the upper reaches of the bridge. During the period of China's War to Resist US Aggression and Aid Korea, the two bridges became the main road connecting China and North Korea. During this period, the US military cut the Chinese army supply line. On November 8, 1950, the bridge was blown off by the US military and was called the Yalu River Broken Bridge.