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Stereoview of the Royal Albert Bridge, Saltash

Reverse has label advertising Way & Sons' Stereoscopic Views of Devonshire Scenery, 13 Victoria Parade, Torquay.
In 1853 the chains intended to be used for the Clifton Suspension Bridge were sold and reused to form Isambard Kingdom Brunel's Royal Albert Bridge at Saltash. The bridge was opened by Prince Albert on 2 May 1859.

Way & Sons

Stereoview of the Royal Albert Bridge, Saltash

Blind stamped: "Photographed by W. May Devonport".
In 1853 the chains intended to be used for the Clifton Suspension Bridge were sold and reused to form Isambard Kingdom Brunel's Royal Albert Bridge at Saltash. The bridge was opened by Prince Albert on 2 May 1859.

May, W, photographer

Stereoview of the Royal Albert Bridge, Saltash

Blind stamped: "Photographed by W. May Devonport".
In 1853 the chains intended to be used for the Clifton Suspension Bridge were sold and reused to form Isambard Kingdom Brunel's Royal Albert Bridge at Saltash. The bridge was opened by Prince Albert on 2 May 1859.

May, W, photographer

Stereoview of the Royal Albert Bridge, Saltash showing figures on the railway under the suspending tubes

No. 104. Reverse carries the stamp: "Stereoscopic Treasures / Published by W. Spreat 229 High Street Exeter."
In 1853 the chains intended to be used for the Clifton Suspension Bridge were sold and reused to form Isambard Kingdom Brunel's Royal Albert Bridge at Saltash. The bridge was opened by Prince Albert on 2 May 1859.

Spreat, W, publisher, 229 High Street, Exeter

Stereoview of the Royal Albert Bridge, Saltash taken from the South East showing scaffolding on the towers

No. 102. Reverse carries the stamp: "Stereoscopic Treasures / Published by W. Spreat 229 High Street Exeter."
In 1853 the chains intended to be used for the Clifton Suspension Bridge were sold and reused to form Isambard Kingdom Brunel's Royal Albert Bridge at Saltash. The bridge was opened by Prince Albert on 2 May 1859.

Spreat, W, publisher, 229 High Street, Exeter

Stereoview of the Hungerford Bridge, London

The Hungerford Bridge was designed by Isambard Kingdom Brunel and opened in 1845. When the bridge was demolished in 1860, its chains were reused to construct the Clifton Suspension Bridge.

Elliott, J (1835 - 1903), photographer

Stereoview of the Hungerford Bridge, London

The Hungerford Bridge was designed by Isambard Kingdom Brunel and opened in 1845. When the bridge was demolished in 1860, its chains were reused to construct the Clifton Suspension Bridge.

Elliott, J (1835 - 1903), photographer

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