|Original name||Skansen jernbanebro|
|Location||Trondheim, Trøndelag, Norway|
|Architect||Joseph B. Strauss|
|Function||Railway bridge Moveable bridge|
|Clearance below||4 m|
Skansen Bridge is a railway bridge, opened in 1918. The bridge goes over to Brattøya from the mainland and leads trains on Rørosbanen, Dovrebanen and Trønderbanen to Trondheim station. The bridge is a Bascule bridge that can be opened to boat traffic going under. The bridge was designed by Joseph Strauss who was responsible for the Golden Gate Bridge in San Francisco.
In January 2006 listed Directorate for Cultural Heritage bridge.