20 inventive, summary and strange pictures of the bridges of the River Wear in the metropolis of Sunderland
The well-known bridges which span the River Wear are half of the id of the metropolis of Sunderland and are recognisable by folks from throughout the North East of England and much past.
But have you ever seen the bridges like this before?
From gentle illuminating the big metal beams of the Queen Alexandra Bridge, the Tyne and Wear Metros crossing the historic Monkwearmouth Railway Bridge at nightfall, reflections of the iconic Northern Spire on the floor of the River Wear and lightweight trails from visitors passing over the well-known Wearmouth Bridge at rush hour.
ChronicleLive photojournalist Craig Connor has created a range of summary and distinctive pictures on this picture essay which captures the magnificence of the bridges of the River Wear.