I'm considering a model of this for the garden railway, across
the fish pond (Subject to the approval of The Estate manager)
but despite googling, can only find one photo, taken from the South
West river bank.
Has anybody any engineering info for this, drawings, photos from
other angles, etc?
It was a suspension bridge, but instead of the chains passing
over the towers towards ground anchorages, it used a wrought
iron tube to push the towers apart against the inward tension
of the chains (and in that respect I suppose, similar to the arches
on the Royal Albert Bridge)
PS. Apologies for a topic that is relevant to the group's name.
Thanks. I'd already found those as the result of continuing search, but they
match the style of available photograps, ie, taken from the side.
What I'd particular like is a driver's (or holidaymaker's out of the
carriage window) view of the approach to the bridge for details of the
Search youtube for old films showing journeys on trains
if i can find something as obscure as this local one ...Prestatyn to
Dyserth branch line video ..
you may be able to find one of Chepstow of train going over the