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Weybridge Iron Bridge

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Carries Bridge Road over the River Wey in Weybridge, Surrey

Built in 1865 to the design of C. H. Howell, County Surveyor of Surrey. Hennet, Spink and Else of Bridgwater made the arch rib castings. Bricks forming the parapet wall bear the name Joseph Hamblet of Oldbury. Three spans of 43ft 6inches. Width between parapets is 24 ft 4 inches.

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