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By road and rail

Looking at Tamar bridge with Isambard kingdom Brunel 's rail bridge from the waterside at Saltash... read more

Reviewed 29 May 2018
Susan H
Dorchester, United Kingdom
Boat tour of Plymouth Harbour ended here.

Picture of this sight shows IK Brunel's railway bridge erected in 1859 to connect Devon and... read more

Reviewed 1 May 2018
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Tamar Street, Saltash PL12 4EL, England
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Reviewed 29 May 2018

Looking at Tamar bridge with Isambard kingdom Brunel 's rail bridge from the waterside at Saltash is awe inspiring . The old and the modern sit well together along with the majestic Tamar river running beneath . It's a wonderful spot to boat watch and...More

Thank Susan H
Reviewed 1 May 2018

Picture of this sight shows IK Brunel's railway bridge erected in 1859 to connect Devon and Cornwall at shortest distance. An impressive structure now adjacent to a more recent suspension bridge which carries vehicular traffic. The waterfront is scenic on sunny days with many interesting...More

Thank CBrown1992
Reviewed 6 September 2017 via mobile

this is a beautiful place for a quiet drink or a romantic stroll. a classy wine bar for the more refined and a rough around the edges pub with up and coming live acts on most nights. lots of outdoor seating to soak up the...More

2  Thank 944syedas
Reviewed 20 August 2017 via mobile

Great place for a treasure hunt so many interesting facts/history.Fab place to stroll people watching.launching world class gigs.setting sail on yachts. Crabbing off the pier. Dip toes into the river. Feed the swans. Annual big events live music stalls etc. Fun

1  Thank jacky2019124
Reviewed 20 July 2017

We parked higher up in the town and walked down to the Waterside beneath the rail bridge and the road bridge crossing the Tamar.A lovely walk along the the river,and a commanding view of the two bridges.Also dramtic views across the river towards St.Budeaux and...More

2  Thank cragside d
Reviewed 12 July 2017

Refurbished Town Pontoon for visiting yachts much needed on the Tamar River. Disembark and make your way along to the waterfront have a superb stop off at Just B a contemporary eatery move along to the Union to listen to live bands several nights of...More

Thank Pennyhpen
Reviewed 18 May 2017

what a lovely olace not to busy lovely walk along the water front lovely for dog walkers and free parking what more could you want

1  Thank Dorothy H
Reviewed 1 May 2017

A quiet little place, without the bridges it would be nothing which is a shame as the area is crying out to be improved. Not much choice for food and drink but free parking and space to stretch your legs is welcome if passing through

Thank CotswoldsMidge
Reviewed 16 February 2017

A must-see for all railway engineering fans. Brunel's masterpiece can be best seen from the Saltash waterside. There are a couple of pubs where you can shelter from the wind and rain, and up the very steep hill you can find all sorts of things...More

Thank Bobik D
Reviewed 6 January 2017 via mobile

Saltash waterside is a very mixed place with the Tamar road bridge and the Royal Albert bridge spanning over the centre of the waterside. To the left of the bridges there is a small Park area, a car park and a boat store. Good for...More

Thank micnor50
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It will cost you your soul and your first born child! I hope that helps !