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Bewdley Bridge from the air

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aerial photograph of Bewdley Bridge over the River Severn at Bewdley Worcestershire England UK. Grade I listed Bewdley Bridge was built in 1798 and designed by Thomas Telford, ( 1757 – 1834) aka the "The Colossus of Roads". The bridge replaced a medieval structure dating from 1447 and cost £9,000. Its remarkable to think that it was built in an age when Heavy Goods Vehicles could not even have been imagined and yet it is strong enough to still carry modern heavy traffic in the 21st century.


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