"Aqueduct Bridge of the Waijiufen Creek" in Jinguashi, is also known as "Golden Shuizun Bridge", build in 1933. It is a very special relic in the Jinguashi area. The name Shuizun Bridge refers to the water bridge that allows water to flow through. The original intention was that during the gold mine development period, the factory needed a large amount of stable water supply in order to transport the chain-washed ore water from the water source to the water storage tower of the refinery.
Built during the Japanese Occupation Period, this is an important scenic spot on the Shanjian Road Sightseeing Trail. Travelers should not miss this simple but extraordinary surprise.
The three-tiered high and low bridge, the tallest is the Shuizhen Bridge,
which transports water to the Japanese mining and refinery plant below. Now it has been destroyed and abandoned with the passage of time, the water flow no longer appears, and the foundation of the bridge is mottled and carved.
With the traces of the years, the beautiful stone-grey bridge pier arc can be seen from a distance, and the white waves under the bridge can be compared, and the visual effect is wonderful. The middle bridge is a pedestrian bridge on the tourist trail of Shanjian Road.