Wilford Suspension Bridge :: Shared Description
This was built in 1908 by Nottingham Corporation Water Department in the first instance to carry a water pipeline across the River Trent
to Wilford Hill Reservoir, but the opportunity was taken to incorporate a pedestrian facility as well. The bridge still belongs to the water authority (in 2010 Severn Trent Water), and use by pedestrians and cyclists is still only permissive; it is not a right of way. It is Listed Grade II.
The following link shows the bridge during its period of closure and repair between 2008 and 2010, a project which cost £1.9m. Link
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Created: Thu, 11 Mar 2010, Updated: Thu, 5 Dec 2013
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