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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Brown, who took his players on a walk across the Humber Bridge on Wednesday, insists he is not feeling the pressure ahead of tomorrow's home clash with Wigan, despite lying 19th in the table.
1981: Completion of Humber Bridge - the world's longest single span until 1998
For the past 35 years, Dick has scaled some of the most prominent vertical landmarks in the UK, including the Humber Bridge and the 850-foot-high Drax Power Station chimney.
It was found close to the landmark Humber Bridge in Hessle and police have carried out extensive inquiries in that area without finding any trace of Mr Hay.
THE landmark Humber Bridge is the fifth largest single span suspension bridge in the world and is more than 7,000ft long.
Of the Humber Bridge deal, he said: "This is a big job for us that we are delighted to have won.
Police are investigating whether Alison Davies and 12-year-old Ryan died by jumping off the 100ft Humber Bridge together.
Mr Hay's white van was found abandoned in Hessle, very close to the landmark Humber Bridge, and police have carried out extensive inquiries in that area to try and find him.
THE Humber Bridge - the world's longest single-span suspension bridge when it opened - is now the fifthlargest at almost a mile and a half.
Humberside Police are investigating whether Alison Davies and her son Ryan died by jumping off the 100ft-high Humber Bridge together, after police said it was becoming 'less and less likely' that she would be found alive.
The 47-year-old's daunting physical test began in the Morpeth to Newcastle road race in January and he has now completed a further 12 half marathons at Liversedge (Brighouse), Blackpool, Haweswater (Lake District), Redcar, Ackworth (Pontefract), Keswick, Freckleton (Preston), the Humber Bridge, Masham, Lancaster, Dumfries and Carlisle.
Mr Hay, of Fenay Bridge, was last seen on Thursday March 15 in Hessle, East Yorkshire, and close to the landmark Humber Bridge.