Humber Bridge - Opened to Traffic in 1981
Humber Bridge - Opened to Traffic in 1981
Humber Bridge - Opened to Traffic in 1981
Humber Bridge - Opened to Traffic in 1981
Humber Bridge - Opened to Traffic in 1981
Humber Bridge - Opened to Traffic in 1981
Humber Bridge - Opened to Traffic in 1981

Humber Bridge - Opened to Traffic in 1981

Steve Whitaker

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Humber Bridge

Open to Traffic in 1981

The Humber Bridge, near Kingston upon Hull, East Riding of Yorkshire, England, is a 2.22-kilometre (2,430 yd; 7,300 ft; 1.38 mi) single-span road suspension bridge, which opened to traffic on 24 June 1981. When it opened, the bridge was the longest of its type in the world; it was not surpassed until 1998, with the completion of the Akashi Kaikyō Bridge, and is now the ninth-longest.Steve Whitaker

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