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Opened in 1859 and still going strong.
Viewed from Fore Street near the town hall its curves are almost poetic, particularly if seen with a suitable steam engine.
Plenty of interesting angles to view from including Saltash station.Seen from either side it is a beautiful...More
Interesting design features for those interested in Mr Brunells bridges. For those of you that don't know, Isambard Kindom Brunell is also responsible for the Clifton Suspension bridge and Templemeads Railway station and the SS Great Britain which can all be found in Bristol.
Vist often this great piece of engerneering by Isambard Kingdom Brunel around is the waters of the Tamar river. There is a local cafe where you can sit inside or outside for a nice drink lookin at the peaceful waters and boats around. Witness trains...More
This may not be the obvious tourist attraction but it can not be doubted its importance in historical relevance. Another Brunel piece of excellence. Recently re-painted gives it new life and whether on the train or walking on the road bridge you can not fail...More
Yes, it's just a bridge, but anything built by Isambard Kingdom Brunel is worth looking at. This is a particularly magnificent example of his work, wonderfully built with only the basic technology available.