Crosses River Tamar Locale Between Plymouth and Saltash, United Kingdom Maintained by Network Rail Designer I K Brunel Design Lenticular truss Material Iron Total length 2,187.5 feet (666.8 m) Width 16.83 feet (5.13 m) (inside piers) Height 172 feet (52.4 m) Longest span 2 of 455 feet (138.7 m) Number of spans 19 Piers in water 3 Clearance below 100 feet (30 m) Construction begin May 1854 Construction end April 1859 Opened 2 May 1859 Coordinates
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RailPictures.Net Photo: 66049 EWS Railway Class 66 at nr Saltash, Cornwall, United Kingdom by Nathan Stockman. With Devonport Dockyard in the background 66049 heads for St.Blazey depot in Cornwall with a loaded ballast train from Meldon Quarry
Brunel Bridge accross the Tamar, Saltash, Cornwall, United Kingdom
Saltash with the Water Ferry, Cornwall Published 1811 Topics Europe, Oil on canvas, Canvas, 1811, Paintings, Metropolitan Museum of Art, United Kingdom, Oil paint