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You can see the old river course on this aerial photo/map:
Any truth in this ??- the smaller bridge is so small and insignificant as not to be really noticeable as you pass it.
If there is truth in it then maybe this gem is of use to some of the road trivia buffs out there !!
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Paul wrote:But the smaller bridge doesn't go over anything, unless a dried-up former course of a river counts as something!
Yes, but the Ship Canal Company will have built the high level bridge when the canal was built, whereas the bridge (and previous bridges on that site) will go back centuries.
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