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Built as a double deck swing bridge across the river Avon for road and rail traffic.
Steelwork by John Lysaght. Opened on 3rd October 1906.
Post-war, the upper (road) deck was removed along with the machinery and control tower, and the bridge remained as a fixed rail bridge
Latterly used only by pedestrians, but now (2017) refurbished for use by special buses.