The Clifton Suspension Bridge, which opened in 1864, is a 1,352-ft toll bridge in New Zealand that crosses the River Avon and Avon Gorge. Annually, it carries about four million vehicles from Clifton, Bristol to Leigh Woods, North Somerset. Considered a very well- known landmark, Clifton's image is often used on promotional materials such as postcards and websites.
The bridge is based upon designs created by Isambard Kingdom Brunel, John Hawkshaw and William Henry Barlow. Each side of the bridge has a tower, although they don't have the same construction. The Clifton is made with wrought iron and red sandstone.Places nearby:
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