Gallery:Bridgwater

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Bridgwater
 
 
Bwr-docks.jpg
The redeveloped Docks area north of Bridgwaters town centre
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Bridgwater in 1946, before the relief road was built. This page contains scans from a map that is believed may be out of copyright according to UK Crown Copyright, UK Copyright Law for other maps published in the United Kingdom, or Irish Government Copyright, is not being used to generate profit in this context, and presents information that cannot be exhibited otherwise.
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Bridgwater Bridges

A Swing Bridge over the Bridgwater and Taunton Canal, with the M5 in the background.

Originally uploaded to Coppermine on Jul 21, 2008 by DavidBrown
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M5 Wicker Man

Heading north at Bridgwater, before J23, by the Wicker Man. No sign of Britt Ekland unfortunately. (1973 film)

Originally uploaded to Coppermine on Apr 25, 2009 by SteveA30
Bwr-town-br1.jpg
Town Bridge across the Parrett in Bridgwater
Bridgwater - Cross Rifles Roundabout - Geograph - 4843108.jpg
Bridgwater - Cross Rifles Roundabout A cannon in the centre of a roundabout which links The Clink, Bath Road, Bristol Road and Monmouth Street.
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Road bridge over River Parrett
Knowle - King's Sedgemoor Drain sign - Geograph - 2997734.jpg
Knowle - King's Sedgemoor Drain sign A sign pointing out a bridge across the King's Sedgemoor Drain.
Black bridge, Bridgwater - Geograph - 3493094.jpg
Black bridge, Bridgwater The telescopic, or Black, bridge crossing the River Parrett at Bridgwater. This formerly carried a railway line, and could be drawn back to the right to allow shipping to go up the river to Bridgwater docks. Bridgwater once had a substantial brick and tile manufacturing industry, and one of the factories appears behind the bridge.

 

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