Queen Alexandra Bridge :: Shared Description

The Queen Alexandra Bridge spans the River Wear at Sunderland. The bridge had two decks when it opened in 1909, with a road on the lower deck and a railway above. The railway lasted only until 1921 and has been dismantled, but the lower deck remains open to road traffic.

More information about the Queen Alexandra Bridge can be found on the Sunderland History website LinkExternal link Forgotten Relics LinkExternal link and Transport Heritage LinkExternal link
by Malc McDonald
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NZ3858 : River Wear at Sunderland by Malc McDonald
NZ3857 : Queen Alexandra Bridge, Sunderland by Malc McDonald
NZ3857 : River Wear and Queen Alexandra Bridge, Sunderland by Malc McDonald
NZ3857 : Deptford Terrace and Queen Alexandra Bridge, Sunderland by Malc McDonald


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Created: Mon, 10 Mar 2014, Updated: Mon, 10 Mar 2014

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