Thelwall Viaduct , day and night crossings, during storm Brian.
A relaxing drive over the Thelwall Viaduct on the M6 motorway in Lymm near Warrington, in England.
The Viaduct is a steel composite girder construction in Lymm, Warrington, England.
It carries the M6 motorway across the Manchester Ship Canal and the River Mersey. The bridge location is on the motorway network is between junctions 20 & 21 of the M6.
Comprises two entirely separate bridges, one of 4,414 feet long carrying for northbound traffic, was the longest motorway bridge in England when opened in July 1963. Also the southbound carriageway is 4,500 feet long carrying the southbound traffic and was opened in 1995.
The longest single span is the one of 336 feet crossing the ship canal.
Also The Viaduct is a landmark in the area.