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Cricklepit Bridge Exeter
England

Cricklepit Bridge, opened in 1988, provides a permanent crossing between the two halves of Exeter's quayside where previously there had only been a pedestrian ferry.

The suspension bridge is also part of the city's cycle network and offers a more peaceful means of crossing the city than the busy Exe Bridges just a short distance upstream.

Copyright: Tom Hurley
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Taken: 13/09/2009
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