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Re: N6 Galway bypass
by bothar View the latest post
Wed Dec 08, 2021 00:54
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Newbridge (Bath) :
The New Bridge in Bath is actually one of the city's older bridges, dating back as far as 1735. It is believed that the original bridge was built as a belated part of Ralph Allen's River Avon Navigation project which was largely done in 1727. As owner of the local Stone Quarries, it is also believed that he commisioned, built and paid for the bridge.
The original structure
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