The Infinity Bridge, a footbridge over the River Tees at Stockton in the North East of England, was opened in time for the millennium. Its design is such that together with its reflection in the river, it looks like the symbol for infinity.
The bridge itself has metal railings on either side of the walkway.
|Infinity Bridge, Stockton-on- Tees|
At various points the river bank has fences along its edge as you can see where the a local fire station practises with its Simon Snorkel ladder.
|Fire practice ( Infinity Bridge in background)|
There is no fence along the bank from where the slipway ends.
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