Humber Bridge (East Yorkshire) Reviews
Description:Ferriby Road / Hessle / East Yorkshire / England / HU13 OJG / Learn about the history and the making of Humber Bridge.
Newest Review: ... odd boat going past, the buoy out in the middle and either look along the coast of both sides, that of which you departed from and the one which you're going towards. Not the most interesting sight but one you probably would never have looked at before giving you a different perspective of the two areas. The footpath area is well separated on a lower section that the main road on which the ... more
Customer Humber Bridge (East Yorkshire) Reviews (3)
by - written on 16/11/11 (Useful, 95 readings)
Today i decided to do a charity run to raise some money for the dogs trust, along with three friends we set off with the task to run from the Hull side of the bridge, over to the other and back along the other side within 25 minutes. From my point of view as a runner the Humber bridge is very scenic landmark, it allows you to easily see into the distance over the estuary. You can see the odd boat going past, the buoy out in the middle and either look along the coast of both sides, that of which you departed from and the one which you're going towards. Not the most interesting sight but one you probably would never have looked at before giving you a ... Read the complete review
by - written on 08/06/10 (Very useful, 194 readings)
I decided to go to the university of Hull without actually ever driving that side of the country! The first ever time I drove to university with my dad travelling towards Hull you know that you are close when you see the Humber Bridge. it is a massive feature on the landscape. even though I do not live in Hull anymore I do feel a slight nostalga when I drive past. I cannot say that I am particular fan of bridges but as bridges go the Humber Bridge is beautiful and elegant. The bridge was opened in 1981 and was the longest suspension bridge in the WHOLE WORLD for 16 years, it is now the 5th in the world. A piece of advice I was told whilst at ... Read the complete review
by - written on 15/02/08 (Very useful, 3252 readings)
Whilst an enthusiasm for the Clifton Suspension Bridge, or the Forth Rail Bridge may be understandable, the third in my series of bridge reviews is probably rather less so. Indeed, this particular bridge has been slated as being an economic millstone to the Humberside area and a drain on the finances of local residents, who have little other choice but to use it in their daily commute, paying through the nose for so doing. Two factors, I am sure, very much at odds with its original conception. My review here is not politically motivated, although I do strongly support the locals' views. WHAT IS THE HUMBER BRIDGE? It is a suspension ... Read the complete review
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