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Haw Bridge

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Haw Bridge
Location Map ( geo)
The Haw Bridge over the river Severn - Geograph - 775686.jpg
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Location
The Haw, Tirley
County
Gloucestershire
Highway Authority
Gloucestershire
Opening Date
1824
Additional Information
Bridge Type:  Girder Bridge
On road(s)
B4213

Haw Bridge is a bridge across the River Severn on the B4213 road at The Haw, near Tirley. Gloucestershire. It was originally built in the 1824, demolished by a canal barge in 1958 and subsequently rebuilt in its present form in 1961. The minor road runs from Tewkesbury to Staunton.





Haw Bridge
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The Haw Bridge 3 - Geograph - 1201393.jpgThe Haw Bridge 2 - Geograph - 1201388.jpgThe Haw Bridge 1 - Geograph - 1201380.jpgHaw Bridge crosses the Severn - Geograph - 717641.jpgPlaque on Haw Bridge - Geograph - 698766.jpg
Crossings of the River Severn
Cilgwrgan Bridge •  Leighton Bridge • Llandrinio Bridge • Montford Bridge • Welsh Bridge • Atcham Bridge • Iron Bridge • Bewdley Bridge • Stourport Bridge • Holt Bridge • Worcester Bridge • Carrington Bridge • Upton-upon-Severn Bridge • Queenhill Viaduct • Mythe Bridge • Haw Bridge  • A40 Bridge • Westgate Bridges • Llanthony Bridge • Maismore Bridge • Over Bridge • Severn Bridge • Second Severn Crossing


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