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The Bridge is open 24/7, 365 days of the year. There are occasions when it is impassable for ‘high-sided and wind vulnerable’ vehicles due to high winds.
The Humber Bridge has two birthdays! It was first opened to traffic on 24th June 1981; but the formal opening by the Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II was on 17th July 1981.
On the north bank of the estuary is East Yorkshire, chiefly the regions of Hessle and Hull. The south bank is North Lincolnshire and North East Lincolnshire, with the towns of Barton and Grimsby located near the bridge.
Follow the links to the official websites for these areas to learn more about them, what there is to see and do, and where to stay.