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Pont du Normandie bridge

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Old April 9th 08, 02:26 PM posted to uk.rec.caravanning
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Default Pont du Normandie bridge

Not long after it opened we travelled north with the caravan across the Pont
du Normandie bridge on a very calm day. Was very impressive but as I recall
there were no side wind deflectors along the bridge - so later on this year
and going South this time it could be a spectacularly impressive experience
towing a van across in a significant breeze.
I assume, somewhat like the old severn bridge, vehicles are compulsorily
diverted when there are high winds OR is it a case of "driver decides"?


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