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Orwell Country Park | Bridge Wood | River Orwell north shore
England

At the edge of Bridge Wood on the Orwell Country Park we can just see the Orwell Bridge a little further along the River Orwell. Fantastic walks are available in the area, popular with families and dog walkers alike.

Copyright: Carl Lamb
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Uploaded: 19/10/2012
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Tags: river orwell; ipswich; suffolk; orwell country park; bridge wood
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