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Report - Transporter Bridge - Warrington

Discussion in 'High Stuff' started by Urban Artists, May 25, 2016.

  1. Urban Artists

    Urban Artists 28DL Full Member
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    Little visit to the transporter bridge while in the area, was on the wrong side of the bridge looking for a way up until we realised after 30 mins or so... anyways the bridge is fairly stable below but at the top is pretty much a death trap, sections of the bridges walk way have fallen completely through and rails rusted to the point they could snap at any point, it was a cool little explore non the less.

    The Warrington Transporter Bridge across the River Mersey is a structural steel transporter bridge. The bridge has a span of 200 ft, is 30 ft wide, 76 ft feet above high water level, with an overall length of 339 ft. feet. the bridge was closed in 1964.

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  2. Xan_Asmodi

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    Looks good, just get rid of those spammy Flickr links. :thumb
     
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