Queen Elizabeth II Bridge

The Queen Elizabeth II Bridge, sometimes called the Beef Island Bridge, is a bridge, 70 meters long, that links with in the . The original bridge was opened in 1966, and was replaced by a new bridge in 2003.

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Aerodrome
, previously known as Beef Island Airport, is the main airport serving the , a British overseas territory in the . is situated 1 mile east of Queen Elizabeth II Bridge. Photo: Wikimedia, CC BY-SA 3.0.

Island
is an in the . is situated 1¼ miles east of Queen Elizabeth II Bridge. Photo: Legis, Public domain.

Islet
is a privately owned of the in the . is situated 1¼ miles south of Queen Elizabeth II Bridge. Photo: Peter Dutton, CC BY 2.0.

Islet
is an uninhabited of the in the . is situated 1¼ miles northeast of Queen Elizabeth II Bridge.

Localities in the Area

The are a self-governing overseas territory in the just to the north-east of the . Photo: Jackie, CC BY 2.0.

Town
, located on , is the capital of the . is situated 4½ miles west of Queen Elizabeth II Bridge. Photo: superde1uxe, CC BY 2.0.

Queen Elizabeth II Bridge

Latitude
18.4445° or 18° 26' 40" north
Longitude
-64.5539° or 64° 33' 14.2" west
Elevation
20 feet (6 metres)
Open­Street­Map ID
way 658445480
Geo­Names ID
8504811
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Also Known As

  • English: Queen Elizabeth II Bridge, British Virgin Islands
  • German: Queen Elizabeth II Bridge
  • Hebrew: גשר המלכה אליזבת השנייה (איי הבתולה)
  • Hebrew: גשר המלכה אליזבת השנייה (איי הבתולה הבריטיים)
  • Hebrew: גשר המלכה אליזבת השנייה
  • Spanish: Puente Reina Isabel II
  • Spanish: puente Reina Isabel II

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