Farnsworth, Widnes England

Farnsworth, Widnes England

20-12-12 WIDNES. Widnes Market, hardware stall by Lachlan Main, via Flickr

20-12-12 WIDNES. Widnes Market, hardware stall by Lachlan Main, via Flickr

Widnes http://www.lifeinnortherntowns.com/2015/01/widnes-cheshire.html

Widnes http://www.lifeinnortherntowns.com/2015/01/widnes-cheshire.html

Widnes birth place and forever home.

Widnes birth place and forever home.

Climbing, Pex Hill, Widnes, @Martin Aaron, Mulvey, TekkersClimbing, New Mills Torrs, @Martin Aaron, Mulvey, Tekkers

Climbing, Pex Hill, Widnes, @Martin Aaron, Mulvey, TekkersClimbing, New Mills Torrs, @Martin Aaron, Mulvey, Tekkers

A portrait version of an earlier upload of Runcorn Bridge in Widnes / Golden Bridge portrait.... by Chrisconphoto, via Flickr

A portrait version of an earlier upload of Runcorn Bridge in Widnes / Golden Bridge portrait.... by Chrisconphoto, via Flickr

Runcorn Widnes bridge from the Runcorn Side

Runcorn Widnes bridge from the Runcorn Side

Starling Murmeration at Runcorn / Widnes Bridge

Starling Murmeration at Runcorn / Widnes Bridge

Building Runcorn Widnes bridge 1960's

Building Runcorn Widnes bridge 1960's

The Silver Jubilee Bridge crosses the River Mersey and the Manchester Ship Canal between Runcorn and Widnes in north west England.    It was opened in 1961 as a replacement for the Widnes-Runcorn Transporter Bridge, and was initially known simply as the Runcorn Bridge or Runcorn–Widnes Bridge.     In 1975–77 it was widened, after which it was given its official name in honour of the Queen's Silver Jubilee.     The bridge has been designated by English Heritage as a Grade II listed structure.

The Silver Jubilee Bridge crosses the River Mersey and the Manchester Ship Canal between Runcorn and Widnes in north west England. It was opened in 1961 as a replacement for the Widnes-Runcorn Transporter Bridge, and was initially known simply as the Runcorn Bridge or Runcorn–Widnes Bridge. In 1975–77 it was widened, after which it was given its official name in honour of the Queen's Silver Jubilee. The bridge has been designated by English Heritage as a Grade II listed structure.

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