Never knew about that bridge in Hull, it looks very interesting. Some other pedestrian bridges in the UK not mentioned before:
Located in a quaint part of Shropshire, the Iron Bridge is the world’s first arch bridge constructed (between 1775-1779) from cast iron. Now 234 years old, the bridge (and surrounding settlements) is a UNESCO World Heritage Site due to its connection to the Industrial Revolution. Due to its age and construction it is unsuitable for automobiles.
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Gateshead Millennium Bridge
A pedestrian & cycling bridge opened in 2001 that mimics the design of Newcastle’s famous (upstream) Tyne Bridge. The bridge can also tilt to allow boats to travel up the river.
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I noticed that people had previously posted bridges connected buildings, so what better than to include the various bridges connecting warehouses in Shad Thames near Tower Bridge.
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Bridge of Aspiration
Connects the Royal Opera House in London’s Covent Garden to the Royal Ballet School on the opposite side of Floral Street.
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