Two Bridges13 Albert Road
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Located on a steep hill that leads eventually to the River Tamar waterfront and adjacent to Saltash railway station, this small attractive pub has been repainted outside and refurbished inside. It is a real locals' pub, and is very welcoming to visitors. Featured inside are wooden tables, chairs and bench seats along the walls, together with local photos of the area, making it hold on to its historical charm. The pub does no food at present. Up the steps at the rear of the pub there is a very pleasant well-furnished garden with fine views of the two famous Tamar bridges that span the river: one for rail, built in 1859 by Brunel and the newer one for road traffic opened in 1962 replacing the former car ferry across the river. Note there is no footbridge to cross the railway line for Penzance-bound trains; allow extra time (5mins.) to cross the line via the road bridge.