The Runcorn Bridge is bridge of steel construction which crosses the River Mersey linking the towns of Runcorn and Widnes. It is the longest bridge of its type in the United Kingdom. ...more on Wikipedia about "Runcorn Bridge"
The Runcorn Railway Bridge crosses the River Mersey from Runcorn to Widnes in Cheshire, England. It was built for the London and North Western Railway to a design by William Baker. Permission for the bridge having been obtained in 1845, it opened in 1869. ...more on Wikipedia about "Runcorn Railway Bridge"
The Warrington Transporter Bridge (or Bank Quay Transporter Bridge) across the River Mersey has a span of 187 feet (57 m). It was built in 1916 and, although it has been out of use since circa 1964, it is still extant. ...more on Wikipedia about "Warrington Transporter Bridge"
The Widnes-Runcorn Transporter Bridge across the river Mersey and Manchester Ship Canal had a span of 1,000 feet (304.8m). It was built in 1905 and it was in use until 1961 when it was demolished to be superseded by a high-level, steel-arch bridge. ...more on Wikipedia about "Widnes-Runcorn Transporter Bridge"
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