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Filename: 479259.jpg

Size: 3071 x 2047 (5.5MB)

Date: 5th April 2006

Source: Historic England

Credit: Images of England

Urgency (1-8) 5=normal: 5

Source: English Heritage Images

© Dr John Sheraton Source: Images of England

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Severn Bridge

Grade I listed First Severn Crossing carrying the M4. It was by far the longest span in England when it was built. Gloucestershire. IoE 479259

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Media ID 425627

© Dr John Sheraton Source: Images of England

Concrete Listed Modern River Road Steel Suspension Bridge Tower Transport Water White


FEATURES IN THESE COLLECTIONS

> Architecture > Modern Architecture

> Industry > Engineering and Construction > Building Motorways > Severn Crossing M48

> Industry > Engineering and Construction > Building Motorways

> Transport > Bridges > Severn Bridges

> Transport > Bridges

> Travel England > Travel South West England


EDITORS COMMENTS
This print by Dr John Sheraton showcases the magnificent Severn Bridge, a Grade I listed structure that proudly carries the M4 motorway across the River Severn. Standing tall and resolute in Gloucestershire, this modern marvel of engineering is a testament to human ingenuity and architectural brilliance. The image captures the bridge's grandeur as it stretches gracefully over the glistening river below. Its sleek concrete towers rise majestically from the water's edge, reaching towards an endless sky painted with hues of blue and white. The bridge's imposing steel cables suspend effortlessly, creating a mesmerizing visual symphony against nature's backdrop. As one gazes upon this remarkable feat of construction, it becomes evident why this bridge was hailed as a groundbreaking achievement upon its completion. With its impressive span length, it held the title for England's longest until surpassed years later. Its inclusion on England's prestigious list of protected structures further emphasizes its historical significance and cultural value. The photograph exudes an aura of tranquility amidst motion—a serene moment frozen in time where transport meets artistry. It invites contemplation on how mankind has conquered vast bodies of water through innovation while harmoniously blending with their surroundings. Dr John Sheraton skillfully captures every intricate detail with precision—each line and curve meticulously preserved within his lens. Through his lensmanship, he immortalizes not just a physical structure but also evokes emotions that resonate deep within us—an appreciation for progress intertwined with respect for heritage. This awe-inspiring print serves as both a reminder of our ability to shape landscapes and an invitation to explore history through architecture. It stands as a testament to humanity's relentless pursuit of advancement while honoring our past—a true masterpiece captured by Dr John Sheraton for all generations to admire and cherish

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