Torquay Harbour Bridge

This eye-catching bridge allows boats in and out of the inner harbour in Torquay. The footpath goes along the top of the bridge, linking south pier with north pier.

Copyright: Peter Stephens
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 10634x5317
Taken: 12/04/2010
Uploaded: 12/04/2010
Updated: 23/09/2014


Tags: torquay; harbour; bridge; devon; water; sea; coast; boat; boats; torbay; pier; path
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