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The Humber Bridge, Kingston-upon-Hull
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Officially opened by H.M. the Queen in 1981, the The Humber Bridge is a 2,220 m (7,280 ft) single-span suspension bridge and the seventh longest of its type in the world. The structure can be seen for miles around and provides impressive views of both sides of the river. Take in the view with a breezy walk or jog and share a picnic lunch in the nearby wooded area when you’ve earned a rest. For additional information, head into the Visitor Centre to learn more about the Bridge’s history. Note, parking on the north (Yorkshire) side is free and there is a snackbar should you need it. Make The Humber Bridge part of your personalized Kingston-upon-Hull itinerary using our Kingston-upon-Hull vacation generator.
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  • £1.50 each way for a campervan, great value and dramatic start to a weekend away to Beverley and Hull. Camping near Beverley, great , will use the bridge a lot in 2017. 
  • £1.50 toll per car, or if you use it regularly you can get a tag. The engineering is mind blowing, how did they construct it? There is a cycle/foot path and a viewing area. 
  • Drive over this bridge weekly, fab drive and lovely views of the Humber. It's also a nice walk across and under, would recommend a visit on a nice dry day. 
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  • Hull is a very nice place to visit especially when you just come across it as a bridge but there's more to it.
  • Nice experience going over the bridge because my grandad helped build it. In the 80s it was the largest suspension bridge of its kind the only bad thng about the humber is the dirty water. Its still good though.
  • The bridge itself is a superb piece of engineering, and the views from it amazing. Unfortunately, however, the administrative staff behind the operation are appalling. Think Russian civil service (and customer service) as it was under the old-style Communism back in the 1970s and you won't be far out. Hidebound by petty rules and regulations apparently aimed at making life as difficult as possible for customers, unbending whatever the circumstances, unhelpful, unresponsive to complaints - all the worst attributes of an organisation that has a monopoly and no competitors to worry about. HumberTAG has been a very long time coming - it took them a ridiculously long time to drag themselves into the 21st century - but now that it's here the systems behind it seem to have been designed by someone on work experience. Maybe they were.
  • My wife studied at Hull university and had often raved about this bridge. I have to admit that I was a bit skeptical but finally we went across it en-route to a Yorkshire holiday and it lived up to her description.. Really impressive!
  • Great views , fantastically built .easiest way to cross the humber.