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The Gallery | Bridge fit for a king

The designs of six teams of engineers and architects for a footbridge at Tintagel Castle in Cornwall have been revealed by English Heritage.

English Heritage launched a competition to design the footbridge earlier this year. The images are concept designs by the final shortlisted six.

The bridge will follow the path of the original crossing between the mainland and headland where the castle – famous for its links to the legend of King Arthur – sits.

Tintagel Castle

Tintagel Castle

The designs of six teams of engineers and architects for a footbridge at Tintagel Castle in Cornwall have been revealed by English Heritage

The designs will now go on display in Tintagel village and English Heritage is asking for feedback. The full concepts can be seen here.

 

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