Severn Bridge from Beachley by Kevin Cotterell

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The Severn Bridge (Welsh: Pont Hafren) is a suspension bridge spanning the River Severn between South Gloucestershire, just north of Bristol, England, and Monmouthshire in South Wales, via Beachley, a peninsula between the River Severn and River Wye estuary. It is the original Severn road crossing between England and Wales and took five years to construct at a cost of £8 million. It replaced the Aust ferry.

The bridge was opened on 8 September 1966, by Queen Elizabeth II, who hailed it as the dawn of a new economic era for South Wales. The bridge was granted Grade I listed status in 1998

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Comments

  • Scott  d'Almeida
    Scott d'Almeidaover 5 years ago

    brilliant

  • Peter Green
    Peter Greenover 5 years ago

    Great shot brings back fond memories. The pub on the right does great food.

  • AlieW
    AlieWover 5 years ago

    awesome pic…so perfect

  • Sandra  Sengstock-Miller
    Sandra Sengst...about 5 years ago

    A brilliant piece of photography and also engineering. Thaking you for sharing the story………Sandy

  • Aquarelle
    Aquarelleabout 5 years ago

    I cross this regularly and have never seen it look so wonderful.Excellent shot.

  • Karen  Betts
    Karen Bettsover 4 years ago

    wonderful love the lighting and reflections on the water, well captured

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