Tees Transporter Bridge This is the world's longest operational transporter bridge. Since its opening in 1911 it has provided a reliable crossing of the Tees, without the need for approach embankments, allowing freedom of passage to ocean-going vessels. Designed by Mr GC Imbault of Cleveland Bridge and Engineering Co Ltd and built by Sir William Arrol and Co Ltd.

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This is an approximate position

by Institution of Mechanical Engineers on 02 December 1993

Colour: red and black