Transformation of the Fort Munro Bridge will leave you stunned! See before and after pictures

See the amazing pictures of the CPEC route of the Fort Munro Steel Bridge.

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  • Fort Munro Steel Bridge DG Khan is a 33-kilometer long mountain area of N-70.
  • This famous hill station of Fort Munro in South Punjab can be a game-changer for the entire country.
  • The old road from Rahim Yar Khan to Fort Munroe (DG Khan) has now been replaced with a new CPEC route.

Fort Munro is one of the most popular tourist spots in Pakistan. It is located 85km away from Dera Ghazi Khan.

Named after a British Lt-Col George Monro is also known as Tuman Leghari, is a hill station located at a height of 6,470 feet (1,970m) above sea level in Dera Ghazi Khan District.

This historic resort has been ignored for many decades, although it has been known since the British Raj.

Fort Munro Steel Bridge Project

Here are some pictures of the Fort Munro Steel Bridge before the latest developments:

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Fort Munro

Fort Munro

Fort Munro

Fort Munro

Fort Munro

GameChanger:                                                                                                                                                             

Fort Munro steel bridge, DG Khan is a 33-kilometer long mountain area of N-70. This famous hill station of Fort Munro in South Punjab can be a game-changer not only for the local population but for the entire country as well.

Starting from Rakhi Gaaj-Khar-Bewata, the steel bridge project makes the hilly portion of the road wide and safe for Gwadar-bound cargo traffic with the installation of eight steel bridges.

The old road from Rahim Yar Khan to Fort Munro (DG Khan) has now been replaced with a new CPEC route.

Here are the latest pictures of Fort Munro steel bridge that will leave you stunned:

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