Humber Bridge Adventure!

Ed in Berghaus enjoying thr Humber Bridge walk

Ed in Berghaus enjoying thr Humber Bridge walk

Its cold and windy here in the northern part of the UK, but that didn’t stop Ed and I having a fun day out of good adventure walking cross the Humber Bridge.

The Humber Bridge is the fifth largest single span suspension bridge in the world, near Kingston upon Hull. It spans the Humber Estuary, between Barton-upon Humber on the south bank and Hessle on the north bank. Connecting East Riding and Lincolnshire together.

I can remember in June 1981 watching the H.M Queen formally opening the Humber Bridge. It was very exciting as the bridge opened up both socially and econmically two previous remote and insular areas of England.

To Read more about the construction History of the Humber Bridge please click here http://www.humberbridge.co.uk/explore.php

An Arty black and white photo of ED walking the Humber Bridge

An Arty black and white photo of ED walking the Humber Bridge

Ed and I may have been cold but we had good fun crossing the Humber

Ed and I may have been cold but we had good fun crossing the Humber

Ed admiring the buttercups at the south side of the Humber

Ed admiring the buttercups at the south side of the Humber

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2 responses to “Humber Bridge Adventure!

  1. Bet it was freezing on that !

  2. it certainly was but it was a fab day out we had lots of fun 😉

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