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Author: Jimmy

The final explore of our Chester invasion, and although being a small one, provided with many views of the early morning reflecting of the river's water. However some 'phat' Spiders inhabit the bridge, putting those found underground in drains to shame. Obviously Suspension Bridge spiders own.

Now onto some of the historical and structural information on the place. The Queen's Park Suspension Bridge connects 'The Groves' with the affluent Queen's Park area of Chester.The suspension bridge is also the only footbridge to cross the River Dee in Chester apart from the footbridge attached to the railway bridge. It was originally built in 1852 and according to Thomas Hughes, author of The Stranger's Handbook to Chester, "It was 'a pretty object in the landscape. Though of such spider-like construction, its capabilities and strength have been fully tested". Whatever that means.

Shortly following was a quick trip to Wales and 4 guys asleep in a VW. R.I.P Rabbit.


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