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Queen's Park Footbridge, Chester, England (1852)
  • Opening in 1852, the suspension footbridge crossed the River Dee in Chester. It was built to link the development of the Queen's Park suburb to the city centre. It was demolished in 1922 and replaced with the existing footbridge.
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Queenston-Lewiston Suspension Bridge, Queenston, Canada, Lewiston, United States (1851) 0 0
Queenston-Lewiston Suspension Bridge, Queenston, Canada, Lewiston, United States (1899)

Use for: Lewiston-Queenston Suspension Bridge

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Rouen Suspension Bridge, France (1836) 1 0
Rouen Transporter Bridge, France (1898) 1 0
Royal Albert Bridge, Saltash, England

Use for: Saltash Bridge

  • 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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Royal Suspension Chain Pier, Brighton, England

Use for: Brighthelmston Suspension Pier, Brighton Chain Pier

  • Designed by Captain Samuel Brown RN and opened in 1823, the pier consisted of four 260-ft spans. It was destroyed by a storm in 1896, having been in decline for some decades.
2 1
Saint-Claude Suspension Bridge, France (1844) 1 0
Saint-Pierre Bridge, Toulouse, France (1852) 1 0