High Level Bridge, Swing Bridge, Robert Stephenson, William Armstrong, 130 ft
There's no fog on the Tyne, but still plenty of atmosphere in this sunset view over the river from Gateshead in January, 1938, as a passenger train steams over Robert Stephenson's 1849 wrought iron High Level Bridge (a bravura double-decker exercise carrying a road beneath the railway level). Some 130 ft below can be seen part of William Armstrong's Swing Bridge. *** Local Caption *** Sunset, a view of the Tyne with a train crossing over the railway bridge in Newcastle.January 1938
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|Keywords||Transport ,Railway,Silhouette ,Architecture,Bridges,Train,Steam ,Engine,River ,Sunset,Dusk ,1930s|
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