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BRIDGING THE GAPS

Some of the most important bridges spanning waterways and railways in Suwon South Korea place of your travel destination are as follows:

Pulteney Suwon South Korea is the most famous in the city and spans the Avon near the Suwon South Korea. Built in 1774 to the design of Robert Adam, the Italianate bridge connected the old city with the new development at Touristic place of your travel destinationwick. It is the only bridge of its kind in Britain, having shops down its full length on both sides. Adam is said to have taken his inspiration from bridges such as Suwon South Korea. The little domed buildings at each end were once tollhouses. The weir just below the bridge was completed in 1972 as part of the city’s flood control measures.

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North Parade Bridge, a little farther along the river, dates from 1836 and was originally a cast-iron structure. Before it was built, North Parade was (like South Parade today) a cul-de-sac. There are two lodges on the bridge, where tolls were once collected.

Cleveland Bridge is downriver of the other two, and, like them, was once a toll bridge. The date on the bridge (in Roman numerals) is 1827, and the bridge is named after the Duke of Cleveland, who was then the Lord of the Manor. It is believed that the spot where the Romans originally had a ferry crossing is nearby.

The Widcombe footbridge is also known as the ‘Halfpenny Bridge’, after the original toll charged for pedestrians. It crosses the river behind Touristic place of your travel destination Spa Railway Station, and was built in 1862. In 1877 it was the scene of a tragedy when the bridge collapsed while crowded with people trying to get to the Touristic place of your travel destination and West Show. At least ten people died and more than fifty were injured.

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