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<< During the Second World War The Vilsübergang undergoes a thorough investigation. It was found that the bridge was in a very desolate condition, so that she of the street master Sieber of the road master station Dingolfing Wörth a. d. Isar was even described as dilapidated and collapse-endangered, and thus urgently required repair work.
As the heavy wood needed for repair was not in stock, and it had to be requested and supplied, Franz Xaver Leiprecht, to whom the work had been transferred, was unable to submit his offer in time, and the subsequent offer did not meet the expectations of the Office. Furthermore, he lacked the appropriate manpower, since most men were on duty at the front, so he had to be provided with additional civil servants.
As hourly wage, an average of foreman, carpenters and laborers of 0.80 RM (Reichsmark) was adopted. A surcharge for half-hourly wage work was set at 50% hourly wage, thus 0.80 + 0.40 - 1.20 RM. At the top of the header, on an iron request for remediation work, there is a reminder: "Save with iron, you will help the enemy"!
The bus service, which was carried out by the company Glas in Dingolfing, had to be diverted, and could only drive to the bridge, and not as usual, to the train station to Marklkofen. This was only accessible via the diversion route Reisbach. For reasons of cost, the redirection panels present in the flood were diverted and pasted over.
They now bore the inscription: "Diversion due to bridge reconstruction".
The howitzer had collapsed at the end of the bridge in 1945, was pulled away by the Americans in salvage attempts (including a blast in which a number of windows in the harbor district broke) and was disposed of by a Munich company in about 1950.
In 1943 and 1944 further repairs were required, and this time too the architect Franz Xaver Leiprecht of Frontenhausen - Marklkofen was commissioned with the work.
Even now it came again to many breakdowns. For the driving in of the 26 piles that were required, Leiprecht provided the necessary percussion and also provided the required power connection.
The work was carried out by 5 street robbers and 3 helpers. Foreman was, as already at the first repair in 1943, the street master Michl Sieber of the road master position Wörth / Isar.
The old, rotten bridge wood was removed and given to so-called "followers".
These were the workers involved in the reconstruction of the bridge, Bruckmeier Mathias, Frontenhausen - Schwarzmüller, Frontenhausen - Trautmannsberger, Aham - Rossmann Otto, Unholzing - Schwarz Josef, Frichlkofen, and Sieber Michl, Wörth.
The road closure associated with this work took longer than planned, as unexpectedly on 9 November 1944 flood occurred.
1945 "Also captured Frontenhausen - A Division (American troops) was the Vils along swung to the east. She soon reached Frontenhausen. ">>Отправлено спустя 3 минуты 17 секунд:
<<While in the market still unit remains of the Waffen-SS held, partly willing to fight, but partly with the intention of surviving the last days of the war without adversity, occupied the US combat troops on May 1, 1945 at 18 clock, while the residents in the Cellars waited for the end, Frontenhausen. When the first grenade launcher projectiles died in the market (among others, the town hall and the former Soergel house were slightly damaged), master mechanic Josef Hecker (later mayor) and dentist Hans Lorenz Wagner, joined the US troops in Dingolfinger Strasse to go towards a white flag, after days before the then mayor Matthias Brandhuber had already used with other citizens at the commander for the already built on the Vilsbrücke defense site dismantled, the Vilsbrücke was not blown up and the market, the better insight following, wants to be handed over without a fight. "
An unnamed reporter in the Dingolfinger Anzeiger, 1965.
In 1960 there is a document that gives information about the condition of the Vilsbrücke. Even the ADAC - Gau Südbayern, had the Vilsbrücke visited by two experts and presented their
Upper row v.l.n.r: Adolf Tretter, Josef Schmid, Hans Danger for traffic.
Schiederer, Georg Schuder, Walter Bruck Meier
Bottom: Alois Kramer, Günther Schandl and Fritz Hohengassner 10.10.1962 Landshut road construction office reaches a letter from Josef Attenberger, haulier from Geisenhausen, in which he asks to have him the multi-kilometer for his transport because of the weight restriction of Vilsbrücke - his truck with trailer considerable overweight - to confirm, as proof of his client.
As a result, the market town council will convene a municipal council meeting, and record the result - it is about emergency measures against the blocking of the bridge - in a protocol. It says:
"At yesterday's meeting of the market town council, vigorous protests were brought in from all sides about the traffic restriction on the Vilsbrücke in Frontenhausen published in the Official Gazette of the district of Vilsbiburg No. 40/63.
Traffic restrictions mean serious economic damage for a large proportion of our operations. The restriction means for all construction companies, breweries, hauliers, etc., the removal of such significant detours, which generally have to increase the price. As a result, a part of our industry is virtually no longer competitive. Since 1945, this condition exists now. After it became known that the state had provided funds for the construction of a new bridge for several years, representatives of all parties in the state parliament tried to provide and release these funds. But now these funds should lapse and be returned to the state. There was a lot of indignation about that. In the population is now quite loud the question of the culprits for the recent postponement of the measure collected - the responsible official bodies know since 1945 !!! that a new bridge is unavoidable. Nevertheless, this problem, which has become so burning and important for our market, has been solved over and over again only temporarily.
If this does not intervene immediately, forming an association of all the victims, who will bring an action against the Free State of Bavaria or the guilty department. The market town council, which makes itself for the time being spokesman of the concerned, poses some uncomfortable questions to the road construction office Landshut as first responsible department. ">>