Picture Of Windsor Bypass Bridge
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Windsor Bypass Bridge
A brief description of Windsor Bypass Bridge in picture above! The Windsor Bypass Bridge is also known as the Queen Elizabeth II Bridge. Windsor Bypass Bridge was designed in unison by both the Berkshire and Buckinghamshire County Councils. Windsor By-pass Bridge is very similar in design to the Marlow Bypass Bridge. Construction of the Windsor Bypass bridge began in 1964 and it was completed in 1966. The red spots on the Windsor By-Pass Bridge are placed on the bridge for the sole purpose of the Mute Swans. Mute Swans cannot see very well and in flying they sometimes fly into the bridge. For that reason the red spots was placed on the bridge to enable the Mute Swans from crashing into the bridge. Windsor B-Pass Bridge is close to Windsor Castle
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