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Blake Bridge :
Bridgwater's Blake Bridge was opened on 29 March 1958 as part of the town centre's new relief road. It immediately increased the road capacity across the River Parrett by 200%, as the new bridge was dual-carriageway while the old Town Bridge only had two traffic lanes.
It was built of light coloured concrete and is 160 feet in length, having a central span of 70 feet and two side spans of 45
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