I'd prefer to die of passion then boredom....... Heres a shot of me standing on top Victoria Bridge in Bath.
Victoria Bridge built in 1836 is a Dredge taper bridge, a type which modern viewers often see as a hybrid between a suspension bridge and a cable-stayed bridge, built by Motley and Dredge. It has a span of 45.7 metres (150 ft) with the chains slung from Bath stone towers. The road deck is joined to the chains by iron eyebars, which, unusually, are not vertical.
James Dredge who was a brewer in Bath designed the bridge to carry beer from his brewery across the river without using a ferry or having to detour through the city centre. Construction cost £1,760. He patented the 'taper principle' based on using chains rather than cables, as is now more common in suspension bridges.
Dredge's bridge design was considered "a very significant yet relatively short-lived phase in suspension bridge development".