"The Great Train Robbery" was the robbery of a Royal Mail train heading between Glasgow and London in the early hours of Thursday 8 August 1963 at Bridego Railway Bridge, Ledburn near Mentmore in Buckinghamshire.
The scene of the crime was for some years called "Train Robbers' bridge" on a Network Rail maintenance sign. This led to an outcry advocating restoration of the original name of Bridego Bridge, but in late 2013 it was renamed again, as Mentmore Bridge.
Severn Bridge in the Mist.
This was taken sometime in the late sixties/early seventies, and scanned from a slide a lot later. Unfortunately, the low contrast, combined with the narrow, oblique suspension cables renders them rather jagged.
The Three Bridges from Conwy Castle, looking west across the River Conwy. They are (from left to right): the newish road bridge, the original suspension bridge (now pedestrian only) and the railway bridge. The road bridge used to be the A55, but this has been superseded by a tunnel further north (to the left). This photo is actually a panorama merged from five original images.