Humber Bridge

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Noun1.Humber Bridge - a suspension bridge at Hull, England; 4,626 feet long
Kingston-upon Hull, Hull - a large fishing port in northeastern England
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The company is currently working on a project to inspect the main cables on the Humber Bridge, which it helped build in the 1970s as part of the British Bridge Builders consortium.
Fourteen Holmfirth Harriers travelled to Hull for the Humber Bridge Half Marathon and all but one were Vets.
The project is looking to build on the company's depth of skills and proven expertise gained over more than a century of bridge building and the team has been appointed as principal contractor on a 12-month project to inspect the Humber Bridge's main cables.
1981 The Queen opened the Humber Bridge - at the time the longest singlespan suspension bridge in the world.
ANDREW FOULKES, of Blackrod, Greater Manchester, will be walking solo from the Royal Liver Building in Liverpool to the Humber Bridge, in Hull, a distance of approximately 200km.
Great British Railway Journeys BBC Four, 7.30pm Michael Portillo travels from Hessle in East Yorkshire to York, along the way learning about the technology that made the Humber Bridge possible.
Ryan, from Walsall, has carried out a string of stunts including scaling the Humber Bridge and jumping off the high board at his home town's Gala Baths.
The thrill-seeker scaled 500ft to the top of the Humber Bridge in May last year and posted footage of the stunt online.
ON THIS DAY LAST YEAR: Comedian Jo Brand set off on her 150-mile coast-to-coast walking challenge for Sport Relief with a trek across the Humber Bridge.
THIS DAY LAST YEAR: Comedian and TV personality Jo Brand set off on her 150-mile (241km) coast-tocoast walking challenge for Sport Relief, with a trek across a windlashed Humber Bridge.