A view of Shard Bridge from the southern banks of the River Wyre
|Locale||Singleton — Hambleton, Lancashire, England|
|Maintained by||Lancashire County Council|
|Longest span||714 feet (218 m)|
Shard Bridge is a bridge in the English county of Lancashire. It spans the River Wyre, connecting Singleton, on the southern side of the river, to Hambleton, on its northern side (known locally as "Over Wyre"), carrying both automotive and pedestrian traffic of Shard Road (the A588).
The first of two modern incarnations of the bridge was rebuilt in 1993, moving the structure a few yards downstream.
The 1988 New Shard Bridge scheme by Lancashire County Council:
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