Britain's Coastal Road Bridges

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There are thousands of road bridges found all over Britain with many being found in and around its coastline. In Britain’s Coastal Road Bridges, transport historian Mark Chatterton takes the reader on a clockwise journey around the coast of Great Britain, looking at all the main road bridges found there. Starting at the Queen Elizabeth Bridge on the river Thames, the author looks at the road bridges that cross our main rivers and their estuaries, as well as those connecting islands to the mainland. The book includes well known bridges like the Humber, Severn and Forth road bridges, as well as some of the more obscure bridges like the Bridge of Tongue and the Whitby Swing Bridge. The history, architecture, and construction details of each bridge is examined. Illustrated with over a hundred colour photographs, this book is an fascinating guide to Britain's coastal road bridges.
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Stock Code A2069.0
Author Chatterton M
ISBN13 9781398120693
Format Softback
Height(mm) 234
Width(mm) 165
Page Count 96
Pictures 100
Publication Date 15 Jul 2024
Publication Status Not yet published
Record last updated 08/04/2024