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Bitton Bridge

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1876. Bridge over the Avon[1].

This was on the former Midland Railway Bristol-Bath line near Bitton, South Glos (nearest town being Keynsham, Somerset). The bridge was replaced by the present plate girder type of greater capacity in the early 1930s.

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Sources of Information

  1. 'The Midland Railway: Its Rise and Progress: A Narrative of Modern Enterprise', by Frederick Smeeton Williams, 1876