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Tamar Road Bridge

Tamar Road Bridge

The Tamar Bridge is a road bridge over the River Tamar between Saltash in Cornwall and Plymouth in Devon. It adjacent to the Royal Albert Bridge, and part of the A38, a main road between the two counties. It is currently a toll bridge where it is free to drive from Devon to Cornwall. However, a toll must be paid for the reverse journey. During the 20th century, there was increasing demand to replace or supplement the Saltash and Torpoint ferries, which could not cope with the rise in motor traffic. The Government refused to prioritise the project, so it was financed by Plymouth City Council and Cornwall County Council. Construction began in 1959. It was unofficially opened in October 1961, with a formal presentation by Queen Elizabeth The Queen Mother in April 1962. A reconstruction of the bridge began in 1999 after it was found to be unable to support a European Union requirement for goods vehicle weights.The project was completed in late 2001

Chris Day

Image size: 6064 x 4040, 24.64Mb | Camera details: NIKON Z 6 | Date uploaded: 20/09/2019

Chris Day | Tamar Road Bridge
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