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Introducing ItsYourBuild - A FreeTimePays Community of Passion

With a combined reach of 100,000, FreeTimePays manages a unique digital space and portal for people to promote and share their passion for Construction with Community.

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Introducing ItsYourBuild - A FreeTimePays Community of Passion




With a combined reach of 100,000, FreeTimePays manages a unique digital space and portal for people to promote and share their passion for Construction with Community.

Take the full post to find out more and see how you can get involved.

Connect with us and promote yourselves and your passion for Construction with Community!


ItsYourBuild is a Community of Passion that utilises FreeTimePays digital engagement and social media to deliver real change and positive social impact.

ItsYourBuild is a digital space for people who are passionate about construction and regeneration and want to do whatever they can to promote their passion.

At ItsYourBuild, we help connect people where passions are shared; we give people FREE access to their very own digital space where they can promote their passion; and we recognise people for the contributions they make through the allocation of Passion Points. Interested? Connect with us HERE.

The reach of FreeTimePays is huge and is growing with Communities of Passion being rolled out across the UK. 

Companies and organisations keen to support People with Passion play an essential role and we have a range of partnership, sponsorship and advertising packages available.

We can even go as far as to set groups and networks up with their own portal so they can grow their own branded Community of Passion linked to their own website or social media account.

View our Partnership arrangements or connect with us HERE.

Now let's show you what you get with FreeTimePays. 

FreeTimePays

FreeTimePays is an impact focused digital platform and social media channel specifically for people who want to make a difference and create a positive social and economic impact.

FreeTimePays is the social media of choice for 'People with Passion'.

With FreeTimePays, we help people take their passion to the next level by giving them access to a suite of digital tools and applications.

There are three components to FreeTimePays.

There’s Community Passport, Community Workspace and Community Matchmaker. Operating right across the platform in recognition of the valuable contribution being made by users is FreeTimePays gamification. This takes the form of points and rewards for passions shared.

FreeTimePays is here for people who really want to become involved in their community or with their particular passion and for those people who are really serious about making a difference. It’s our job at FreeTimePays to provide the tools and functionality that helps bring together those who create the great ideas with those who have the potential to turn an idea into something that really does make a difference.

Community Passport

Passport is a personal space which registered members can make their own. With a passport, members can choose to get involved with their passion and participate in many different ways.

They can view regular content and posts; sort and save this content by type or by passion; they can collect points for giving their views through polls and surveys, attend events or even join a discussion.

With a FreeTimePays Community Passport, members can follow inspiring people and they can learn more about their community and their passion by following regular ‘Did you Know’ features. And the more they decide to do and the more they get involved, the more points they collect and the greater the opportunity to take up offers and win prizes.

Community Workspace

With their unique Community Workspace, FreeTimePays is able to help those who are inspired and serious about taking things to the next level. FreeTimePays will give these people their own access rights environment where they can work on their idea or project.

In this digital space they can work alone, or bring in others to share in building evidence, acquiring knowledge and developing plans. This is the ideal space for working on the business; working on the idea; working on the initiative.

A range of facilities and tools can be found in workspace and users can effectively utilise this space for collating documents, photos, videos and web links, for opening up discussion and chat with others, or for running surveys and analysing results.

Community Matchmaker

The whole focus and rationale for FreeTimePays is making a difference. It’s our job at FreeTimePays to provide the tools and functionality that helps bring together those who create the great ideas with those who have the potential to turn an idea into something that really does make a difference.

Matchmaker is where the dreamers can join with the dream makers – with those who are more than happy to put their support, their resources, their connections, and their wealth of experience behind the idea and behind the passionate people responsible for coming up with the idea.

These are the community drivers, the investors, the philanthropists, the funders of great initiatives, the Lottery, and those from local government and the public sector who are responsible for the provision of public services.

These are the people and the organisations who are in positions of making things happen for those who are passionate and inspired to want to make a difference.

For more detail on what is provided by FreeTimePays connect HERE.

ItsYourBuild

ItsYourBuild will grow as a shared space for the many individuals, communities and businesses that will want to connect and share their passion for construction and regeneration.

Their work, their ideas and their proposals can be pulled together in the one collaborative space giving them access to a huge resource bank for sharing images, documents and web links. 

In this space people can chat in a secure environment if they wish; they can set up and promote events; or they can communicate with any of the FreeTimePays Communities through creating and submitting posts. 

We would be delighted to tell you more.

Contact Jonathan Bostock at jonathan.bostock@freetimepays.com or connect HERE with FreeTimePays for more information on sharing your passion for construction and regeneration.

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Are you passionate about Construction? Join Us!

ItsYourBuild is a FreeTimePays Community of Passion that utilises digital engagement and social media to deliver real change and positive social impact.

‘People with Passion’ are given the digital space and the digital tools so they can promote their passion for Construction and connect with people who share their passion.

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Are you passionate about Construction? Join Us!




ItsYourBuild is a FreeTimePays Community of Passion that utilises digital engagement and social media to deliver real change and positive social impact.

‘People with Passion’ are given the digital space and the digital tools so they can promote their passion for Construction and connect with people who share their passion.


ItsYourBuild is all about engaging people in the promotion of construction and the recognition that what is built exists for people and community to enjoy.

ItsYourBuild is a Community of Passion that utilises FreeTimePays digital engagement and social media to deliver real change and positive social impact.

FreeTimePays is an impact focused digital platform and social media channel specifically for people who want to make a difference and create a positive social and economic impact.

FreeTimePays is the social media of choice for 'People with Passion'.

With FreeTimePays, we help people take their passion to the next level by giving them access to a suite of digital tools and applications.

With Passion Points and with the support of our FreeTimePays partners, we recognise people for the difference and contribution they make and the positive impact they collectively deliver. 

Connect with us HERE and take your passion to the next level.

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Connect with FreeTimePays for social impact, economic growth and community engagement

Take up a partnership with FreeTimePays, advertise, build brand image or even launch your own community of passion using FreeTimePays digital technology.

 

 

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Connect with FreeTimePays for social impact, economic growth and community engagement




Take up a partnership with FreeTimePays, advertise, build brand image or even launch your own community of passion using FreeTimePays digital technology.

 

 


There are many ways you can use and deploy FreeTimePays technology to engage your community and support your objectives. 

 

Take a look at the packages we offer and Connect with us for a solution that is tailored to meet your precise requirements.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Call us on 0121 410 5520 or Connect with us to discuss our partnerships.

 

For more about the FreeTimePays engagement suite and the many applications for engaging, inspiring and rewarding people for collectively making a difference, see more details here.

 

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Construction & regeneration
19 Nov 2018 - Daniel Sturley

The Construction of One Chamberlain Square

One Chamberlain Square is looking great in the winter sun and is looking almost like a completed building now, more photos in the full post.

Photo by Daniel Sturley

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The Construction of One Chamberlain Square




One Chamberlain Square is looking great in the winter sun and is looking almost like a completed building now, more photos in the full post.

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Photos by Daniel Sturley

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Construction & regeneration
13 Nov 2018 - Daniel Sturley

The Construction of One Chamberlain Square

One Chamberlain Square is having the last of the sills at the top and bottom of the main tier, the stipes on the back are now on the full height of the building. More photos in the full post.

Photo by Daniel Sturley

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The Construction of One Chamberlain Square




One Chamberlain Square is having the last of the sills at the top and bottom of the main tier, the stipes on the back are now on the full height of the building. More photos in the full post.

Photo by Daniel Sturley


 

Photos by Daniel Sturley

Full Gallery of the Construction of One Chamberlain Square

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News & Updates

Construction & regeneration
04 Nov 2018 - Daniel Sturley

Birmingham Construction Update - November 2018

Exchange Square now has it's main structure up to level with Maclaren House, a new crane has been installed on the site of 103 Colmore Row, the steel work on Three Centenary Square is rising around the central core, Bank Tower Two is up to the 30th floor and One Chamberlain Square is getting its final external details finished. Lots more photos and links to galleries in the full post.

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Birmingham Construction Update - November 2018




Exchange Square now has it's main structure up to level with Maclaren House, a new crane has been installed on the site of 103 Colmore Row, the steel work on Three Centenary Square is rising around the central core, Bank Tower Two is up to the 30th floor and One Chamberlain Square is getting its final external details finished. Lots more photos and links to galleries in the full post.


Eastside Construction Feature

 

Arena Central Feature

 

Bank Towers One and Two Feature

 

One Chamberlain Square Feature

 

Arena Central Feature

 

Crane Photography Feature 

 

Arena Central Feature

 

Two Chamberlain Square Feature

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02 Nov 2018 - Daniel Sturley

Construction at Arena Central - September 2018

Construction at Arena Central powers on with the start of the main structure of Three Arena Central, the new HQ for HMRC Midlands and Dandara is almost externally complete. More photos of the site in the full post.

Photo by Daniel Sturley

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Construction at Arena Central - September 2018




Construction at Arena Central powers on with the start of the main structure of Three Arena Central, the new HQ for HMRC Midlands and Dandara is almost externally complete. More photos of the site in the full post.

Photo by Daniel Sturley


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Construction & regeneration
01 Nov 2018 - Daniel Sturley

The Construction of Two Chamberlain Square

Two Chamberlain Square is continuing to rise at Paradise Birmingham, it's now looming over Centenary Way producing a wide canyon feel on the way down to the Museum and Art Gallery.

Photo by Daniel Sturley

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The Construction of Two Chamberlain Square




Two Chamberlain Square is continuing to rise at Paradise Birmingham, it's now looming over Centenary Way producing a wide canyon feel on the way down to the Museum and Art Gallery.

Photo by Daniel Sturley


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29 Oct 2018 - Daniel Sturley

The Construction of Bank Tower Two

Bank Tower Two now has it's main structure up to the 29th floor and much more cladding is installed or being prepared. The tower looks amazing in the winter sunlight! More photos in the full post.

Photo by Daniel Sturley

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The Construction of Bank Tower Two




Bank Tower Two now has it's main structure up to the 29th floor and much more cladding is installed or being prepared. The tower looks amazing in the winter sunlight! More photos in the full post.

Photo by Daniel Sturley


Photos by Daniel Sturley

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21 Oct 2018 - Daniel Sturley

The Construction of One Chamberlain Square

Much of the external work is complete at One Chamberlain Square, just the rest of the sills to install it seems as well as finishing off the retail spaces at ground level. 12 more photos in the full post.

Photo by Daniel Sturley

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The Construction of One Chamberlain Square




Much of the external work is complete at One Chamberlain Square, just the rest of the sills to install it seems as well as finishing off the retail spaces at ground level. 12 more photos in the full post.

Photo by Daniel Sturley


Photos by Daniel Sturley

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21 Oct 2018 - Daniel Sturley

The Construction of Bank Tower Two

The scene from the Library of Birmingham shows how Bank Tower Two is rising well above the others in the westside cluster with several floors still to go. Over 20 photos in this update.

Photo by Daniel Sturley

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The Construction of Bank Tower Two




The scene from the Library of Birmingham shows how Bank Tower Two is rising well above the others in the westside cluster with several floors still to go. Over 20 photos in this update.

Photo by Daniel Sturley


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08 Oct 2018 - Daniel Sturley

The Construction of One Chamberlain Square

One Chamberlain Square is nearing external completion with some of the retail space windows going in, the upper sill on the front is almost complete. More photos in the full post.

Photo by Daniel Sturley

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The Construction of One Chamberlain Square




One Chamberlain Square is nearing external completion with some of the retail space windows going in, the upper sill on the front is almost complete. More photos in the full post.

Photo by Daniel Sturley


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07 Oct 2018 - Daniel Sturley

The Construction of Bank Tower Two

It looks like another big chunk of cladding is ready to be revealed and the main structure is nearing the last few floors. Lots of photos in this update, view them in the full post.

Photo by Daniel Sturley

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The Construction of Bank Tower Two




It looks like another big chunk of cladding is ready to be revealed and the main structure is nearing the last few floors. Lots of photos in this update, view them in the full post.

Photo by Daniel Sturley


Photos by Daniel Sturley

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03 Oct 2018 - Daniel Sturley

Construction at Arena Central - September 2018

Here's a nice reflection of the Library of Birmingham in One Centenary Square, the new HSBC UK headquarters, but it's Dandara that is now dominating the site. See the photos in the full post.

Photo by Daniel Sturley

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Construction at Arena Central - September 2018




Here's a nice reflection of the Library of Birmingham in One Centenary Square, the new HSBC UK headquarters, but it's Dandara that is now dominating the site. See the photos in the full post.

Photo by Daniel Sturley


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01 Oct 2018 - Daniel Sturley

The Construction of Two Chamberlain Square

Construction at Paradise Birmingham is accelerating with Two Chamberlain Square over two thirds up with it's main structure. View the full post for more.

Photo by Daniel Sturley

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The Construction of Two Chamberlain Square




Construction at Paradise Birmingham is accelerating with Two Chamberlain Square over two thirds up with it's main structure. View the full post for more.

Photo by Daniel Sturley


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29 Sep 2018 - Daniel Sturley

The Construction of One Chamberlain Square

There is a section of the building that can now be photographed as finished and some architectural detail shots become possible, more in the full post.

Photo by Daniel Sturley

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The Construction of One Chamberlain Square




There is a section of the building that can now be photographed as finished and some architectural detail shots become possible, more in the full post.

Photo by Daniel Sturley


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22 Sep 2018 - Daniel Sturley

Construction at Arena Central - September 2018

The start of the public space around Arena Central is seen here with the first part of the compressing wavy path from Centenary Square down to Holliday Street. More angles and perpectives of the whole site in the full post.

Photo by Daniel Sturley

 

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Construction at Arena Central - September 2018




The start of the public space around Arena Central is seen here with the first part of the compressing wavy path from Centenary Square down to Holliday Street. More angles and perpectives of the whole site in the full post.

Photo by Daniel Sturley

 


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21 Sep 2018 - Daniel Sturley

The Construction of Two Chamberlain Square

Two Chamberlain Square has imposed itself on the scene at Paradise Birmingham and is continuing to rise, quite some square footage in this building! More photos in the full post.

Photo by Daniel Sturley

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The Construction of Two Chamberlain Square




Two Chamberlain Square has imposed itself on the scene at Paradise Birmingham and is continuing to rise, quite some square footage in this building! More photos in the full post.

Photo by Daniel Sturley


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21 Sep 2018 - Daniel Sturley

The Construction of Bank Tower Two

Progress update in photos of the 32 floor Bank Tower Two on Broad Street, now up to the 25th floor on the main structure.

Photo by Daniel Sturley

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The Construction of Bank Tower Two




Progress update in photos of the 32 floor Bank Tower Two on Broad Street, now up to the 25th floor on the main structure.

Photo by Daniel Sturley


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16 Sep 2018 - Daniel Sturley

The Construction of One Chamberlain Square

There are many more ceramic stripes installed on the building now, 12 photos in this update.

Photo by Daniel Sturley

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The Construction of One Chamberlain Square




There are many more ceramic stripes installed on the building now, 12 photos in this update.

Photo by Daniel Sturley


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Construction & regeneration
12 Sep 2018 - FreeTimePays

Proposals for Commonwealth Games (2022) Athletes Village in Perry Barr, Birmingham

The proposed multi-million pound village for the Games will accommodate up to 6,800 athletes and officials. Here are the images for the plans as prepared by Birmingham City Council which are out for consultation till 13th September.

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Proposals for Commonwealth Games (2022) Athletes Village in Perry Barr, Birmingham




The proposed multi-million pound village for the Games will accommodate up to 6,800 athletes and officials. Here are the images for the plans as prepared by Birmingham City Council which are out for consultation till 13th September.

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11 proposed plots making up the Athletes Village for the Commonwealth Games 2022 in Birmingham. Village to be located at Perry Barr. 

Overview of Athletes Village.  Copyright Birmingham City Council

Plot 1. Athletes Village. Copyright Birmingham City Council

Plot 2. Athletes Village. Copyright Birmingham City Council

Plot 3. Athletes Village. Copyright Birmingham City Council

Plot 4. Athletes Village. Copyright Birmingham City Council

Plot 5. Athletes Village. Copyright Birmingham City Council

Plot 6. Athletes Village. Copyright Birmingham City Council

Plot 7. Athletes Village. Copyright Birmingham City Council

Plot 8. Athletes Village. Copyright Birmingham City Council

Plot 9. Athletes Village. Copyright Birmingham City Council

Plot 10. Athletes Village. Copyright Birmingham City Council

Plot 10. Athletes Village (internal). Copyright Birmingham City Council

Plot 11. Athletes Village. Copyright Birmingham City Council

Plots making up the application for Athletes Village. Copyright Birmingham City Council

See 2022withYou for more on the Commonwealth Games plans and developments. To get involved as someone who is passionate about the Games and what it offers Birmingham and community, connect with us here.

 

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Architecture
12 Sep 2018 - Elliott Brown

Thomas Telford: A Tale of Three Bridges (including Galton Bridge in Smethwick)

Here we take a look at the 18th century engineer Thomas Telford and some of the bridges that he designed. Along the Birmingham Canal Navigations New Main Line, he designed the Galton Bridge in Smethwick. In North Wales two suspension bridges at Conwy and Menai on the road to Holyhead.

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Thomas Telford: A Tale of Three Bridges (including Galton Bridge in Smethwick)




Here we take a look at the 18th century engineer Thomas Telford and some of the bridges that he designed. Along the Birmingham Canal Navigations New Main Line, he designed the Galton Bridge in Smethwick. In North Wales two suspension bridges at Conwy and Menai on the road to Holyhead.


Galton Bridge

The bridge was built in Smethwick on the Birmingham Canal Navigations New Main Line carrying the Roebuck Lane in 1829, and was named after Samuel Galton a member of the Lunar Society. . When it was built, it's single span of 151 feet (46 metres) was the highest in the world. It used to be a road bridge, but it now only carries pedestrians. It is now a Grade I listed building. Smethwick Galton Bridge Station nearby (opened in 1995) was named after it.

This view is seen shortly after getting off a train on the Snow Hill lines from Birmingham on the High Level of Smethwick Galton Bridge Station.

Down on the Birmingham Canal Navigations New Main Line (Birmingham Level), this view of the Galton Bridge is towards the Galton Tunnel.

The best views from canal level normally have the 1829 bridge with the 1995 railway station behind it.

Quite an impressive view. But with all of Telford's bridges covered here, railway bridges were later built beside. The station only came when the Jewellery Line opened in 1995. The nearby Smethwick West Station closed in 1996 (platforms are still visible if you are on a train to or from Stourbridge Junction).

A look at Roebuck Lane both directions on the Galton Bridge in Smethwick.

It's time to see what Thomas Telford was up to in North Wales. He built two suspension bridges on the A5 road from Chester to Holyhead. It allowed road traffic from 1826 to get from London to Holyhead (on Anglesey) then to get a ferry to Dublin in Ireland.

The problem was crossing the River Conwy in Conwy and the Menai Strait between Gwynedd (near Bangor) and Anglesey (near what is now Menai Bridge Town).

Conwy Suspension Bridge

The bridge was built to cross the River Conwy in Conwy County Borough, and was built close to Conwy Castle. The bridge designed by Thomas Telford was built from 1822 to 1826. The bridge is 99.5 metres long (326 ft). Road traffic used it from 1826 to 1958 when it was replaced by the nearby Conwy Bridge. A Toll House was at one end where tolls were collected. The bridge was designed to match the castle with castellated towers. It closed to road traffic in 1958, and the National Trust owned it from 1965. The bridge is Grade I listed.

The bridge has been closed to road traffic since 1958, only pedestrians cross it now. Got it to myself at one point during my visit!

The towers were built in a castellated form to match with Conwy Castle.

The Toll House at the other end of the Conwy Suspension Bridge. It has been laid out as if it was 1891 by the National Trust. Vehicles would have to stop here and pay their tolls (usually horse and cart, people with mules, bicylcles etc). By the mid 20th century this caused traffic jams into Conwy, and a new bridge was built and opened nearby in 1958.

Alongside Telford's bridge is the 1848 Conwy Tubular Bridge by Robert Stephenson. Also castallated. This view to Conwy Castle.

It carries the North Wales Coast Line railway, on this section between Llandudno Junction and Conwy Station. Then onto Anglesey via the Britannia Bridge and onto Holyhead.

 

Menai Suspension Bridge

The bridge crosses the Menai Strait from the Gwynedd side (close to Bangor) to the Isle of Anglesey (near Menai Bridge Town known in Welsh as Porthaethwy). The bridge spans 176 metres (577 ft). It was completed in 1826 and is still used by road traffic. Construction of the bridge began in 1819. The deck of the bridge was later strengthed in 1840 by W. A. Provis. And the wooden surface replaced by a steel surface in 1893 by Sir Benjamin Baker. In 1999 the bridge was closed for a month to allow for resurfacing and strenghen the structure. There is pedestrian walkways on both sides of the bridge. Buses both single and double decker are able to cross the bridge, but have to slow down under the arched towers.

Crossing the bridge towards Anglesey. It's on the A5 to Holyhead. But you can also use the A55 North Wales Expressway over the Britannia Bridge instead (faster).

The bridge is ok for small buses like this one.

Bigger buses, single or double deckers normally struggle when they head under the towers.

Some buses go to the nearby City of Bangor (to the right of this location)

It's a long way down to the Menai Strait. Walking on either side of the bridge, you certainly feel a bit of vertigo. Best to not be scared of heights.

All photos taken by Elliott Brown

 

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29 Aug 2018 - Daniel Sturley

The Construction of The Cube During the Summer of 2009

During June and July of 2009 Daniel Sturley took photos of the construction of Birmingham's iconic The Cube. Lots of great photos in the full post.

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The Construction of The Cube During the Summer of 2009




During June and July of 2009 Daniel Sturley took photos of the construction of Birmingham's iconic The Cube. Lots of great photos in the full post.


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27 Aug 2018 - Daniel Sturley

Construction at Arena Central - August 2018

Some amazing lighting conditions for some of the photos in this update, check out the full post!

Photo by Daniel Sturley

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Construction at Arena Central - August 2018




Some amazing lighting conditions for some of the photos in this update, check out the full post!

Photo by Daniel Sturley


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Construction & regeneration
27 Aug 2018 - Daniel Sturley

The Construction of Two Chamberlain Square

Here's the latest update for the construction of Two Chamberlain Square, a nice reflection in Symphony Hall in the full post.

Photo by Daniel Sturley

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The Construction of Two Chamberlain Square




Here's the latest update for the construction of Two Chamberlain Square, a nice reflection in Symphony Hall in the full post.

Photo by Daniel Sturley


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