File:Cleveland Bridge plaque, Bath (C) Jaggery - Geograph - 3346422.jpg

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Description:Cleveland Bridge plaque, Bath (C) Jaggery
Cleveland Bridge was built for the Duke of Cleveland at the site of an ancient ferry crossing of the River Avon. This plaque on the side of the bridge, half way across, records in Roman numerals the year of the bridge's opening and its architect and the building contractor.

The text is MDCCCXXVII (1827) H.E. GOODRIDGE. ARCHT. W HAZELDINE. CONTR.


Location:51.389440, -2.355788
Road:A36
Date:24 09 2011
Photographer:Jaggery and licensed for reuse under this Creative Commons Licence
Source:Geograph

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Galleries  | A36 | Cleveland Bridge (Bath)

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