It's a long time since I took part in the Friday My Town Shoot--out and I may not be a regular contributor but I thought I'd put some UK bridges on this week's blog.
When I visit Daughter-who-takes-photos I often cross the Severn Bridge over the estuary of the River Severn between Wales and England. (It's free going from Wales to Englnad
with an expensive toll going from England to Wales... go figure!)
In Exeter, Devon, where Daughter-w-t-p lives there are lots of bridges over the River Exe and its tributaries.
If we travel further South-west into Cornwall there are some ancient clapper bridges still to be found.
And although this was taken by my father, not me, I thought I'd show you the small railway bridge near my parents' house in Liverpool being widened in the 1940s.
If you want to see other bridges around the world why not visit the
I'm sure there will be some super photos on the various blogs linked to that page...
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