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This is a view of the underside of the Humber Bridge near Hull in East Yorkshire. This was taken from the Hull side of the bridge where the tower is on the riverbank. The tower on the Lincolnshire side, just visible at the bottom of the picture is in the river.

At the time it was completed in 1981 the Humber Bridge was the longest single-span suspension bridge in the world at 1410m for the main span and 2200m between the anchorages. I remember having a school trip to attend the official opening by the queen along with a lot of the other schools in the area, instant rent-a-crowd I guess!

If you want more info about the bridge here is a link
Humber Bridge Info

Tech: Converted to B&W in Photoshop to emphasize the graphic nature of the picture. Adjusted levels and increased contrast.

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