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Re: botched road markings
by skiddaw05 View the latest post
Wed Jan 26, 2022 17:42
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Cleveland Bridge (Bath) :
Cleveland Bridge lies to the north east of Bath's City Centre, and connects the A36 in Bathwick to the A4 London Road. It was built by Goodridge in 1827 on the site of an ancient ferry crossing, and consists of six parallel cast iron arched spans carrying the road deck between stone abutments. The bridge is flanked at each end by two small lodges, in the Greek
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