Description"The Queen Alexandra Bridge over the River Wear was built in 1909 and was originally a double-decker bridge with a railway on the top (long since discontinued and dismantled). In the foreground are the brick arches of the former railway. The bridge is a Grade II listed structure and its lattice girder construction is the heaviest ever built. Cycle- and foot-ways pass under the arches seen in the distance to span the river on the outside of the girders." Photo by Oliver Dixon, 2015.
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Added by: Peter Smith
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Picture Taken: 2015-06-19