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Trews Weir Exeter
England

The bridge over Trews Weir dates back to 1935 and was constructed to provide a link between the Willey's Foundry on the western bank of the Exe and the then-new estates of Burnthouse Lane on the opposite side.

It has been much repaired due to stress fractures and corrosion but retains its original form, being one of the most attractive bridges over the Exe.

Copyright: Tom Hurley
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 6000x3000
Chargée: 13/09/2009
Mis à jour: 02/10/2014
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Tags: trews wier; trews weir; bridge; exeter; quay; exe; river exe
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