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Royal Albert Bridge, Saltash, England

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  • Lenticular iron truss bridge designed by Isambard Kingdom Brunel, carrying the Great Western Railway over the River Tamar between Devon and Cornwall. Construction began in 1854 and the bridge opened in May 1859.
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Waterloo Bridge, Betws-y-Coed, Wales
  • A single span cast-iron road bridge carrying the A5 across the River Conwy, designed by Thomas Telford. It has an arch span of 32m. Construction began in 1815, the year of the Battle of Waterloo, and the bridge was completed the following year. The bridge is now Grade 1 listed.
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North Parade Bridge, Bath, England
  • Designed by William Tierney Clark and built by David Aust, this single-span road bridge over the River Avon was made of cast iron on stone abutments and opened in 1836. It was rebuilt in 1936, with a reinforced concrete superstructure replacing the two outer ribs of the original cast-iron arch.
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Balloch Bridge, Scotland (1841)
  • Crossing the River Leven at the southern end of Loch Lomond, this suspension road bridge was constructed according to the 'taper principle' design patented by James Dredge, and opened in 1841. It was replaced in 1887.
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Kenmare Suspension Bridge, Ireland (1841)
  • Crossing the Kenmare Sound in County Kerry, this double-span suspension road bridge was built to a design by Sir Samuel Brown, with a central tower designed by a Mr. Barry of the local Board of Works. Construction was completed in 1841. The original timber decking was replaced with iron plates in 1861. Heavy traffic eventually damaged the bridge and it was was demolished in 1932, being replaced by Our Lady's Bridge.
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Aarau Chain Suspension Bridge, Aarau, Switzerland (1850) 2 0
Andrézieux Suspension Bridge, Andrezieux-Bouthéon, France (1831) 1 0
Avignon Suspension Bridge, Avignon, France (1843) 2 0
Aboyne Suspension Bridge, Aberdeenshire, Scotland (1832) 1 0