Length: 120 meters
Height: 25 meters
The railway bridge over the stream Łabajów in Wisła is one of the very few constructions of that size in this part of the Beskid Mountains. Walking over the bridge or going there by train is one of the popular tourist attractions. The construction was built in the years 1931 – 1933 as a part of the railway line to Wisła and its architect was Ksawery Goryanowicz. The viaduct was made of fortified concrete and based on seven spans. What surprises most of the visitors is the fact that the railway line ends a few hundred meters behind the viaduct. This is so because the railway line was supposed to be much longer, there was to be a tunnel built and the line was supposed to end in Istebna or even in Zwardoń. The Second World War thwarted all those plans but the railway line and the station still serve their passengers.
There is one more, much smaller viaduct in the railway line in Dziechcinka.