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Bridge Wood , amongst the trees
England

Sitting on the north shore of the River Orwell just outside Ipswich, Bridge Wood is a popular destination for families wanting to escape the busy town. From the car park you have a choice of routes that take you around the wood, down to the foreshore and underneath the famous Orwell Bridge.

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Uploaded: 19/10/2012
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Tags: bridge wood; ipswich; pine trees; walks; orwell country park
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