'Dhanushkodi' the ghost city

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7th Aug 2014
Photo of 'Dhanushkodi' the ghost city by Dijo cj
Photo of 'Dhanushkodi' the ghost city by Dijo cj
Photo of 'Dhanushkodi' the ghost city by Dijo cj
Photo of 'Dhanushkodi' the ghost city by Dijo cj
Photo of 'Dhanushkodi' the ghost city by Dijo cj
Photo of 'Dhanushkodi' the ghost city by Dijo cj
Photo of 'Dhanushkodi' the ghost city by Dijo cj
Photo of 'Dhanushkodi' the ghost city by Dijo cj
Photo of 'Dhanushkodi' the ghost city by Dijo cj
Photo of 'Dhanushkodi' the ghost city by Dijo cj
Dhanushkodi or Danushkodi (Tamil:தனுஷ்கோடி, 'end of the bow') is a ghost town at the south-eastern tip of Pamban Island of the Tamil Nadu state of India. Dhanushkodi is situated to the South-East ofPamban. Danushkodi is about 18 miles (29 km) West of Talaimannar in Sri Lanka. The Dhanushkodi railway line running from Pamban Station was destroyed in the 1964 cyclone and a passenger train with over 100 passengers drowned in the sea. Dhanushkodi is the one of the beautiful beach in tamilnadu.
Photo of Dhanushkodi Beach, Tamil Nadu, India by Dijo cj
Photo of Dhanushkodi Beach, Tamil Nadu, India by Dijo cj
Photo of Dhanushkodi Beach, Tamil Nadu, India by Dijo cj
Photo of Dhanushkodi Beach, Tamil Nadu, India by Dijo cj
Photo of Dhanushkodi Beach, Tamil Nadu, India by Dijo cj
Photo of Dhanushkodi Beach, Tamil Nadu, India by Dijo cj
Photo of Dhanushkodi Beach, Tamil Nadu, India by Dijo cj
Photo of Dhanushkodi Beach, Tamil Nadu, India by Dijo cj
Photo of Dhanushkodi Beach, Tamil Nadu, India by Dijo cj
Photo of Dhanushkodi Beach, Tamil Nadu, India by Dijo cj
Photo of Dhanushkodi Beach, Tamil Nadu, India by Dijo cj
Photo of Dhanushkodi Beach, Tamil Nadu, India by Dijo cj
Photo of Dhanushkodi Beach, Tamil Nadu, India by Dijo cj
Photo of Dhanushkodi Beach, Tamil Nadu, India by Dijo cj
Photo of Dhanushkodi Beach, Tamil Nadu, India by Dijo cj
Photo of Dhanushkodi Beach, Tamil Nadu, India by Dijo cj
Photo of Dhanushkodi Beach, Tamil Nadu, India by Dijo cj
The Pamban Bridge ( Tamil: பாம்பன் பாலம்), is a cantilever bridge on the Palk Strait which connects the town ofRameswaram on Pamban Island to mainland India. The bridge refers to both the road bridge and the cantilever railway bridge, though primarily it means the latter. Opened on 24 February 1914, it was India's first sea bridge, and was the longest sea bridge in India until the opening of the Bandra-Worli Sea Link in 2010. The rail bridge is for the most part, a conventional bridge resting on concrete piers, but has a double leaf bascule section midway, which can be raised to let ships and barges pass through.
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