Tuesday, July 12, 2022

Wordless Wednesday


Close to home for a change! Brunel's Royal Albert rail Bridge with the Tamar road bridge behind. 

"Brunel's Royal Albert Bridge over the Tamar from Plymouth to Saltash. Opened in 1859 it was another 100 years before it acquired a neighbour (the Tamar road bridge).

The bridge was designed by Isambard Kingdom Brunel and is 170 feet high and over 2,000 feet in length."


I am joining Sandee at Comedy Plus for the blog hop.


20 comments:

  1. Lovely with the light (I also want to say I loved all your Norway photos!!)

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  2. That sure is a nice scene, cool bridge!

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  3. What a nice photo a friend of mine's mother lives in Saltash I have not been there myself

    Have a bridgetastic week Jackie 👍

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  4. I've told you, I love bridges. These architectural creations are so impressive.
    My whole admiration for those who built it.
    Happy WW, Jackie and a fine week!

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  5. Beautiful photo. I like looking at bridges, but not so much going across them. :) XO

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  6. That's a lovely, peaceful view!

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  7. Reminds me of the bridge in Benicia, CA. If I didn't know different it could be the same bridge. Beautiful.

    Thank you for joining the Wordless Wednesday Blog Hop.

    Have a fabulous Wordless Wednesday, Jackie. Big hug. ♥

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  8. Very nice bridge. We've never seen it before.

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  9. Love bridges, they are so amazing. Spesaly the old one.

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  10. You caught a beautiful shot of the bridge with that beautiful sky overhead

    Woos - Lightning, Misty, and Timber

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  11. Beautiful photo, Jackie.

    Bridges always fascinate me.

    Happy Thursday!

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  12. What a photo - bright blue sky and a rather amazing historical bridge!

    Hugs, Pam

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  13. A really beautiful shot at my favorite time of day. The color of the sky is just great.

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  14. Beautiful view of the bridges and sky. Have a great weekend.

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  15. Wow! you would never know the bridge is 163 years old! I love the bridges against the sky and the landscape. Gorgeous shot. Love Barb

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  16. Jackie, we hope you and Ivor are okay and staying well through the unprecedented heat in the UK and Europe. We don't imagine most people would have central air conditioning, but we hope you do have some cooling device(s).

    Take care,
    Derry and the biped

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  17. Amazing engineering and from this distance, seem as one. Bridges are certainly one of mankinds greatest legacies.
    ERin

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