River Avon-New Cut - Bristol, England, United Kingdom

All photos by Dave Cooper. Please do not reuse without permission. Dave's comments accompany his photos.

"Bridge deck. The surface appears to be made up of metal trays filled with concrete. The top surface has been coated with anti-slip grit."

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"The east side of the bridge looking north west."

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"Looking north from the centre of the bridge. ( 'Camera on a stick'.)"

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"One of the north anchors."

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"Under the bridge deck. You can see the black painted metal trays that hold the concrete deck surface. The unpainted wooden joists are running longitudinally."

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"Looking north out from the side of the bridge using 'camera on a stick'."

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"Looking north using 'camera on a stick'."

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"The west side of the bridge."

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"The west side of the bridge."

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"Looking south. Note the walkway down to what had once been the ferry landing. It's clear from this photo just how far the tide rises at this point. The tide was still running out quite strongly when I took the photo. I can see why a bridge would be a safer as well as a quicker way of crossing."

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"The east side of the bridge."

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"Info panel by the bridge."

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