The Royal Albert Bridge that spans the Tamar river on the border between Cornwall and Devon in South-West UK. This railway bridge was opened in 1859 and was built by probably the best engineer of the Victorian era, Isambard Kingdom Brunel, and is still in daily use now. I took this shot on a cold November morning just before the sun fully came up.
The town of Saltash in Cornwall are celebrating the 150th anniversary of this grand old bridge and of Brunel himself in May. For details of events please Click Here