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Ferry Bridge aerial 2

Ferry Bridge aerial 2

Opened in 1889 and re-opened after a major refurbishment in 2016 Ferry Bridge was enormously important as it replaced a ferry - hence ferry bridge - that caused both delays and risks to workers travelling to and from Burton on Trent and adjacent Stapenhill. I hold a CAA Permit for Commercial Operation to fly and sell work from my drone.

Steve Stamford

Image size: 6000 x 4000, 13.09Mb | Camera details: FC6310 | Date uploaded: 27/05/2020

Steve Stamford | Ferry Bridge aerial 2
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