Halton 2 – Widnes-Runcorn Railway Bridge — writing and photography

Walking from Pickerings Pasture towards Widnes you approach three bridges, the first of which is the Britannia Bridge, pictured below. According to Wikipedia, ‘Until 1868, when Runcorn Railway Bridge was opened, the only means of crossing the Mersey at or near Runcorn Gap were by fording or by ferry, with the lowest crossing of the river being the road […]

Halton 2 – Widnes-Runcorn Railway Bridge — writing and photography

This is part 2 on the series on the bridges of Halton, England.

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