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Sunday, 28 January 2007
Brick bridge

victorian brick bridge

This brick bridge is part of the Redhill to Tonbridge railway line which opened as the Redhill to Ashford line. See Steve’s page (although his dates are somewhat confusing).

The bridge is a good example of Victorian brick architecture. Presumably the bridge has been renovated as the road was widened over the years, although it still bears the scars of the tall vehicles whose drivers have tried to navigate under it.

Posted by bigblue on 28/01/2007 at 08:55 PM
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