These fearless employees threat their lives to assemble a mountain
street on a cliff – with solely arduous hats to guard them.
With no ropes or security harnesses, the
21 workers spend their days perilously balanced, carrying
planks and wheelbarrows stuffed with cement over a wobbly wood
The builders stand on simply rusty scaffolding poles as they
hammer them into rocks whereas constructing China’s longest
sightseeing mountain street in Pingjiang county, Hunan Province.
The development of the final one-kilometer part of the
4km-long street began in October 2014.
The builders are actually on a mission to construct a
400-meter-long glass road suspended on the cliff, providing
vacationers unbelievable views of the Shiniuzhai Nationwide Geopark.
(Picture: Rex Options)
One other glass-bottomed walkway opened in Pingjiang in 2014 and
is suspended 600ft above the bottom, stretching between two
The bridge can generally be felt swaying because the wind blows,
which at instances leaves guests paralysed by concern.
The expertise is so scary, specially-trained employees have
been recruited to assist terrified vacationers reach
the other side.
However the wind would not appear to hassle these builders, as they
proceed to work away on the hair-raisingly excessive cliff prime.