|The Dartford Crossing is in fact 3 crossings (two 2 lane tunnels opened in 1963 and 1980 and a four lane bridge opened in 1991) which carry London's outer orbital motorway, the M25, across the Thames.
|The Humber Bridge links the A15 on the south side to the A164 and Hull. It opened in 1981, and was till 1998 the longest single span suspension bridge (as at April 2013 it is number 7). It was also Britain's joint (with the Severn) most expensive river to cross, till tolls were reduced from April 2012. The car toll is now £1.50 (as at Sep 2014)
|The Itchen bridge opened in 1977 and carries the otherwise toll free A3025 across the river in Southampton.
|There are three tunnels joining Liverpool to the Wirral peninsula. A four lane tunnel to Birkenhead and A41 was opened in 1934, and a pair of two lane tunnels to Wallasey and M53 were opened in 1971 and 1974.
|The Tamar bridge opened in 1961 and carries the otherwise toll free A38 across the river from Devon (Plymouth) into Cornwall. The bridge was widened in 2001 and there is an associated tunnel at Saltash.
|This is a pair of two lane tunnels to the east of Newcastle, linking North Shields to Jarrow
|This privately owned bridge comes under the Aldwark Bridge Act 1772 and opened in 1770s. It carries Boat Lane across the river Ure near Aldwark, which is ten miles north west of York.
|The Middlesbrough or Tees Transporter bridge opened in 1911 and goes from the A178 on the north bank of the river Tees across into Middlesbrough. The toll is a multiple (usually 2 or 3) of £1.30 for cars depending on the length. There are only about 100 thousand crossings a year generating income of about £0.1 million. The bridge is owned by Middlesbrough Council and Stockton-on-Tees Borough Council with Middlesbrough Council responsible for the day-to-day running.
The Newport Transporter bridge opened in 1906 and is nominally part of the B4237 across the river Usk in Newport. The toll is one pound each way for cars. There are only about 100 thousand crossings a year generating income of about £0.2 million. The bridge is run by Newport Borough Council.