Go on a 360 degree VR journey with bridge master David Anderson, narrating histories of the bridge, which dates back over one hundred and fifty years ago. What’s super amazing is that the bridge from all these years were able to conserve 99% of the original materials used to build the bridge during the construction in 1863.
Enjoy a stunning view of the bridge linking Clifton, Bristol, and Leigh Woods in the North Somerset.
The bridge has been a toll bridge since it’s opening in 1864, and the incomes of the bridge have always provided funds for general maintenance. The bridge was designed by William Henry Barlow and John Hawkshaw, and listed as a grade I building.
The Clifton Bridge has been a landmark, and used on promotional materials, webs sites, and postcards to symbolize Bristol. Several films and commercials also used the bridge as backdrops, it was also the venue for hosting the first bungee jump back in 1979. The handover of the Olympic Torch relay back in 2012 also took place at the bridge.
Simple Guide on How To Watch and Interact W/ YouTube 360 Degree Video
YouTube supports playback of 360 videos from the latest version of Chrome, Firefox, Internet Explorer, and Opera browsers. Safari is not supported.
From mobile and tablets
To watch and interact with YouTube 360 videos, be sure to you have updated your device with the latest version of the app. For viewing YouTube videos, you will want to copy the video title name below:
Admire the view from the Clifton suspension bridge in this 360° video
Then open the YouTube app, and paste into the search box.
For an immersive experience, you can watch 360 degree videos with Cardboard via the YouTube app. Once the 360 video is launched, simply click the Cardboard icon on the lower right corner and insert phone into the Cardboard.