Stock Photographs of Grade II Listed Britannia Bridge North Wales

  • My fine art and stock photos of the Grade II Listed Britannia Bridge including autumn and spring views of the structure spanning the Menai Strait


  • Please take a look at my photograph gallery below.

My Fine Art and Stock Photographs of Britannia Bridge

  • My main stock photography page for Britannia Bridge which gives information on what type of photographs I have taken of the Grade II Listed structure.


  • Photographs include the Grade II Listed structure spanning the Menai Strait, steel curve and views from both the Isle of Anglesey Coastal Path & North Wales Coastal Path

My Stock Photographs are now available to view and for sale on Adobe Stock


  • If you would like to see my photographs at hi-resolution and or/are interested in purchasing a photograph/s please visit my photography portfolio at Adobe Stock by clicking on the link provided: Liberty Photo Art Adobe Stock Portfolio

Please visit my photography portfolio on Adobe Stock by clicking on the link provided below :



Liberty Photo Art Adobe Stock Portfolio

A brief history of Britannia Bridge to go alongside my Stock Photography



  • Britannia Bridge was originally known as a  tubular bridge after it's completion on March 5th 1850, but after a major fire devastated the bridge in May 1970, a major reconstruction of the bridge was carried out, it is now known as a two-tier truss bridge.


  • The bridge was built just decades after the Menai Suspension Bridge because of the demand for a rail link between Chester and Holyhead which faciliated a sea link over to Dublin.


  • The design of the bridge was entrusted to Robert Stephenson


  • The bridge received Grade II Listed status in March 1966.
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