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Thames River, Brunel Bridge
England

This is shot under the Brunel Bridge, Built in 1838 the two arches of this bridge are the widest and flattest in the world. Each span is 128 feet (about 39 metres), with a rise of only 24 feet (about 7 metres)

Copyright: Bob Stapleton
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Uploaded: 12/08/2011
Updated: 16/10/2014
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Tags: maidenhead; berkshire; uk; thames; river; rowing; boats; water; bridge; brunel; sounding; arch
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