The Allied Bailey Bridges surroundings of Nieporęt – bridges on Czarna river
The bridges on the Czarna River date back to World War II and were used by the Allies on the Western Front. Within the Polish Armed Forces, such bridges were the tools of the 1st Polish Armoured Division of General Maczek. Both bridges were transferred to Poland after World War II, where they were meant to serve as temporary bridges, but some have survived to our times. The bridges are not directly linked to the struggles fought in our area; however, they constitute examples of military art used by the Polish Armed Forces in the West.