Flintshire Bridge :: Shared Description

The Flintshire Bridge is a 294 m long cable-stayed bridge spanning the Dee Estuary in North Wales. The bridge links Flint and Connah's Quay to the shore north of the River Dee at the southern end of the Wirral Peninsula. The bridge cost £55million to construct.
The bridge was officially opened in 1998 by Queen Elizabeth II. It carries part of the A548 road and has been nicknamed 'the bridge to nowhere' by locals.
It is the largest asymmetric cable-stayed bridge in the whole of Britain.
by N Chadwick
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SJ2870 : The Flintshire Bridge by N Chadwick
SJ2870 : Flintshire Bridge by N Chadwick
SJ2870 : Flintshire Bridge by N Chadwick
SJ2969 : Afon Dyfrdwy (River Dee) at Connah's Quay by Mat Fascione


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Created: Mon, 6 Jul 2015, Updated: Mon, 6 Jul 2015

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