Following yesterday's early 20th century image of Largo Harbour Bridge, some up-to-date views of the bridge in this post - from above and below. When it was built in 1914 the Courier described it as a "steel bridge, composed of girders and troughing and parapet railing with concrete wing walls...". As this road bridge replaced a foot bridge, it was praised for reducing the distance for vehicular traffic between Upper Largo and Lundin Links by one and a quarter miles. Calls for such a bridge had been made by locals over many years before this came to fruition and its opening was greeted with enthusiasm. I wonder what those involved in its creation would make of its heavy usage today!
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