By CrimsonDragon

A day out in Cornwall.

In 1859 Brunel had constructed his railway bridge over the river Tamar. It is still there today as a working railway bridge. It is called the Royal Albert bridge and was named after Queen Victoria's husband.
This year they are repainting it.
Caught to bus to Saltash and spent an hour looking around the town. Lovely and sunny today.
The river Tamar at this point divide the counties of Cornwall and Devonshire.

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