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The Nagoya Port Drawbridge (nagoyakō haneagebashi) is a drawbridge in Nagoya Port in Nagoya, Japan. It was used on a rail line bound for Nagoya but has not been used since the rail line it belonged to was retired in March 1986, and now it remains up at all times. Completed in 1926; 86 years ago (1926), it is the oldest drawbridge in Japan still in existence. Since 1999, it has been a Registered Tangible Cultural Property of Japan of Japan, and it is also registered in Japan as an artifact of the Heritage of Modern Industrialization.
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