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Pulteney Bridge

OPEN 24h
The iconic Pulteney Bridge is one of Bath’s most recognisable landmarks. The bridge was built in the Palladian style during the Georgian era and it is lined with shops on both sides.
Free

Tees Transporter Bridge

Now closed
The Tees Transporter Bridge was opened in 1911 and it the world’s largest working transporter bridge. The Transporter Bridge is unique in that it supports a cable car that transports vehicles and passengers across the River Tees.
To £5.50

Gateshead Millennium Bridge

OPEN 24h
The Gateshead Millennium Bridge is a pedestrian and cycle bridge that links Baltic Square, Gateshead with Newcastle Quayside. It is unique in that it can tilt to form an archway allowing ships to sail underneath. It tilts every day at noon with additional tilts scheduled to allow ships to pass.
Free

The Iron Bridge & Tollhouse

OPEN 24h
Ironbridge’s namesake is the world’s first iron bridge that was cast in 1779 by Abraham Darby III and is still considered a great engineering feat.
Free

Tower Bridge and Tower Bridge Exhibition

Now closed
The iconic Tower Bridge adjacent to the Tower of London is a combined bascule (drawbridge) and suspension bridge that was opened in 1894. The Tower Bridge Exhibition is housed in the bridge’s two 65 m (213 ft) towers and the upper walkways. The exhibition has displays about the bridge including the original steam engines that operated the bascules and upper walkways offer brilliant views of the Pool of London.
Price £10.60

Millennium Bridge

OPEN 24h
The Millennium Bridge (officially the London Millennium Footbridge) is an eye-catching suspension footbridge across the River Thames linking the City of London, near St Paul’s Cathedral, with the Tate Modern gallery in the Bankside neighbourhood. The bridge opened in June 2000 but was closed shortly afterwards after complaints about the swaying motion that many people felt while walking across. It was reopened in 2002 after modifications were made to eliminate the bridge’s wobble.
Free

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