Whatever you opinions are on the effectiveness of the Flintshire Bridge over the Dee, it's iconic.

The impressive white cable-stayed bridge spanning the estuary can be seen from miles around, appearing to glow in certain lights.

On many a walk I've been amazed from just how many places it can be spotted.

Officially opened on a wet March day in 1998 by the Queen, the bridge has been the perfect muse for many photographers, including several of our own Leader snappers over the years, and members of the Leader Camera Club.

Today we take a look at the giant feat of engineering, standing 387ft tall and stretching 965ft long, often nicknamed 'the bridge to nowhere'.

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