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© Mr Steven Ashworth

IoE Number: 58733
Location: TRANPORTER BRIDGE TO PART OF JOSEPH CROSFIELD AND SONS LTD'S WORKS, BANK QUAY
  WARRINGTON, WARRINGTON, CHESHIRE
Photographer: Mr Steven Ashworth
Date Photographed: 24 May 2004
Date listed: 04 April 1975
Date of last amendment: 04 April 1975
Grade II*

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BANK QUAY5150Transporter Bridge topart of Joseph Crosfieldand Sons Ltd's Works

BANK QUAY 1. 5150 Transporter Bridge to part of Joseph Crosfield and Sons Ltd's Works SJ 58 NE 5/160 II 2. 1913/4. Engineers: Sir William Arrol and Coy. Steel. 4 brick plinths. 2 pairs of latticed piers 70 ft high supporting a clear span of 200 ft, from which the transporter deck is suspended. Formerly conveyed motor vehicles and railway waggons (from a private branch leading off the former LNWR main line) to the part of Crosfield's works which is situated in a loop in the river Mersey. There are supposed to be only 2 other major transporter bridges in Britain.

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