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Description:Grosvenor Bridge Abutment
The south east bridge abutment for Chester's Grosvenor Bridge, built of limestone but capped and faced with sandstone. The side arch allows an access track and a public footpath to pass through to the Dingle. The A483 Wrexham Road passes over the bridge (and the River Dee) into Chester.
Location:53.182321, -2.896283
Road:A483
Date:06 12 2006
Photographer:� Copyright John S Turner and licensed for reuse under this Creative Commons Licence
Source:Geograph

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Galleries  | A483 | Chester | Grosvenor Bridge

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current13:23, 7 August 2010Thumbnail for version as of 13:23, 7 August 2010480 × 640 (208 KB)Bob@romiley1 (talk | contribs)'''Grosvenor Bridge Abutment'''<br/>The south east bridge abutment for Chester's Grosvenor Bridge, built of limestone but capped and faced with sandstone. The side arch allows an access track and a public footpath to pass through to the Dingle. The A483 W

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