1 review of Carter Bridge in English
This colourful, unusual-looking bridge runs from Devonshire Road to Rustat Road, crossing the railway line from Cambridge to Ely just north of the station and has both a cycle section and a raised pedestrian section.
It is covered off from the weather, much less disconcerting than using Mill Road bridge and, now that the station has ticket barriers, is a great place for small children to view trains.
According to Wikipedia, The Tony Carter Bridge (to use its full name) was opened in 1989, was listed at the time in the Guinness Book of Records as the world's longest covered cycle bridge and is named after a Labour councillor of the era.
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