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Here are the clues:
- It is a single-span suspension construction.
- It spans the estuary formed by the River Ouse and the River Trent.
- One side of it is in Barton-upon-Humber, the other is in Hessle.
- It has a total length of just over 2200 metres, and a width of about 28 metres.
- It was opened in 1981 an it cost nearly £100 million to build.
- More than 100,000 cars cross it every week.
- Until 1997, it was the longest single-span suspension construction of its kind in the world and it has a larger span than the Golden Gate Bridge in the United States.
- Construction of it began in 1972.
- The towers are more than 150 metres tall.
- It is designed to bend more than 3 metres in heavy winds.
- More than 400,000 tonnes of concrete was used in the construction, and its deck weighs more than 16 tonnes.
- Each of the main cables are more than 60cm thick.
- It was designed by Freeman Fox and Partners.
Can you work out where he is?
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