Conwy Castle Suspension Bridge

Peter Bellamy

New York, United States

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This shows the recently restored Telford Suspension Bridge leading to Conwy Castle in North Wales.

The bridge, which was opened in 1826 and is in the shadow of the town’s castle, was part of Telford’s plans for a highway between Chester and Holyhead. Up until 1958, the bridge was the main road bridge into Conwy.

Telford’s creations – the Menai and Conwy suspension bridges and the aqueducts of Chirk and Pontcysyllte – are credited with transforming life in north Wales.

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HDR Image taken handheld with Pentax K10D, 18mm. 3 images processed through Photomatix and re-edited in photoshop to build the depth of darkness in the clouds.

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