It is a cantilever railway bridge that is also a UNESCO World Heritage Site. This 9 miles long bridge is located across the Firth of Forth. It is credited for being voted as the greatest man-made wonder of Scotland in the year 2016. Popularly, it is also known by the name Forth Rail Bridge.
5Clifton Suspension Bridge Bristol
Running across the Avon Gorge and the River Avon, it is a suspension bridge. The Clifton in Bristol is connected to Leigh Woods in North Somerset due to this bridge. It was opened in the year 1864 and is serving as a toll bridge since then. The towers of the bridge have different designs.
4The bridge of Sighs Cambridge
It is a covered bridge that was constructed in the year 1831 at St John’s College. The bridge is actually present over the River Cam amidst the Third Court and the New Court of the college. This bridge got its name from the covered Bridge of Sighs located in Venice.
3Infinitry Bridge Durham
Present across the River Tees, this bridge is an important part of the North Shore Redevelopment Project that has been undertaken by Tees Valley Regeneration. Originally, it was referred to as the North Shore Footbridge. It attained its present name due to the symbol of infinity formed by the bridge and its reflection in the river water.
2Tower Bridge London
Constructed during the period between 1886 and 1894, this bridge is, in fact, a combination of a bascule as well as a suspension bridge. Crossing the River Thames, it has two bridge towers that are tied together by two horizontal walkways. Currently, it is blue and white in color.