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Plymouth and Environs

maggie mccall | The Barbican, Plymouth, Devon UK

The Barbican, Plymouth, Devon UK

The Barbican is the name given to the western and northern sides of Sutton Harbour, the original harbour of Plymouth in Devon, South West England. It was one of the few parts of the city to escape most of the destruction of The Blitz during the Second World War. The Barbican has the largest concentration of cobbled streets in Britain, and contains 100 listed buildings, The barbican is full of Elizabethan warehouses, specialist shops, art galleries, cafes and restaurants.
maggie mccall | Tamar Bridge, Saltash, Cornwall,

Tamar Bridge, Saltash, Cornwall,

A Black and white, long exposure of the Tamar Bridge at twilight, I was waiting for the bridge lights to come on, but even though it was July it was so cold that I could wait there no longer. The Tamar bridge runs over the River Tamar from near Wearde, Saltash in the west to Riverside, Plymouth in the east. It has a central span of 335 metres & two side spans of 114 metres, It is part of the A38, a major cross-country road that runs across Cornwall & Devon & lies immediately north of of the Royal Albert Bridge.
maggie mccall | Tamar Bridge, Saltash, Cornwall

Tamar Bridge, Saltash, Cornwall

A long exposure of the Tamar Bridge in late evening sun light. The Tamar bridge runs over the River Tamar from near Wearde, Saltash in the west to Riverside, Plymouth in the east. It has a central span of 335 metres & two side spans of 114 metres, It is part of the A38, a major cross-country road that runs across Cornwall & Devon & lies immediately north of the Royal Albert Bridge, a significant railway bridge designed by Isambard Kingdom Brunel that opened in 1859. Both bridges are north of the Hamoaze the estuary that the Tamar feeds into & the Torpoint
maggie mccall | Tamar Bridge, Saltash, Cornwall  Panorama

Tamar Bridge, Saltash, Cornwall Panorama

A long exposure of the Tamar Bridge at twilight. The Tamar bridge runs over the River Tamar from near Wearde, Saltash in the west to Riverside, Plymouth in the east. It has a central span of 335 metres & two side spans of 114 metres, It is part of the A38, a major cross-country road that runs across Cornwall & Devon & lies immediately north of the Royal Albert Bridge, a significant railway bridge designed by Isambard Kingdom Brunel that opened in 1859.
maggie mccall | Tamar Bridge, Saltash, Cornwall

Tamar Bridge, Saltash, Cornwall

The Tamar bridge runs over the River Tamar from near Wearde, Saltash in the west to Riverside, Plymouth in the east. It has a central span of 335 metres & two side spans of 114 metres, It is part of the A38, a major cross-country road that runs across Cornwall & Devon & lies immediately north of the Royal Albert Bridge, a significant railway bridge designed by Isambard Kingdom Brunel that opened in 1859. Both bridges are north of the Hamoaze the estuary that the Tamar feeds into & the Torpoint Ferry