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The Tees Transporter Bridge has played an important role in the area's history for over a century and continues to Provide an important and unique crossing over the River Tees. In recent years the Transporter has emerged as a leading historic...more
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If close by to Middlesbrough a must see/travel across iconic landmark,only one of two in the world,but only working transporter in the world,been seen in plenty of TV programmes and films,aug wierdersehen pet and Billy Elliot to name a couple, only £1-50 to travel across...More
We took a nice walk from MFC down to the transporter bridge which is a Middlesbrough landmark that stands tall over looking the docks. It's a beautiful area and an important part of Middlesbrough's heritage. There are some seats outside and we sat and watched...More
What a marvellous piece of engineering. Bizarre, stunning, intriguing, quirky. What's not to like. If you time it right, a volunteer will take you right up to the top walkway for £5 - includes a trip across - (we did, but had to climb up...More
I love this thing. It represents Teeside's heritage and what we gave to the world. It's a very rare type of bridge and looks stunning when it's lit up. It also took a bit like two blue T Rex having a kiss if you use...More
Didn’t know this existed! Visiting family who’ve moved to the area who took me. Closes at lunchtime, just got there in time.
Fascinating bridge, read up on it if, like me, you’ve never heard of one before.
There are only a few in the world...More
We went with a small group on a day when the lift was out of order so had to climb up the hard way...
The steps are a bit steep for the final couple of stages but there was plenty of time for everyone to...More
Defiantly worth a visit, used to go on it when I was small but it was then just purely a quicker way to get to Middlesgrough. I took my grandson and he thoroughly loved it, part of the north eat heritage there is also a...More
Middlesbrough's original bridge over the River Tees. Now an iconic structure. Great to travel over the river on. You can sense the history of men travelling to work in the shipyards and steelworks. What a sight it must have been.
All whilst suspended over the...More
Visibility. It's painted blue as the lights at night show up better when it's blue than any other colour. That was what we were told during our tour. Apparently it's been a variety of colours over its life.