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The River Wye at Kerne Bridge, Herefordshire

The River Wye at Kerne Bridge, Herefordshire


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The River Wye at Kerne Bridge, Herefordshire

A GWR Publicity view of Kerne Bridge and the River Wye in Herefordshire, c.1930. The bridge was built in 1828 and is now Grade II listed. There was a single-track railway bridge nearby that connected Ross-on-Wye and Monmouth until the 1960s

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1930s Bridge Herefordshire River


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