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The Iron Bridge crosses the River Severn at the Ironbridge Gorge, by the village of Ironbridge, in Shropshire, England. It was the first arch bridge in the world to be made out of cast iron_opens a path for developments of great importance The Iron Bridge, Love Bridge, Arch Bridge, Wonderful Places, Beautiful Places, River Severn, Herefordshire, Over The River, Covered Bridges

The Iron Bridge

The Iron Bridge crosses the River Severn at the Ironbridge Gorge, by the village of Ironbridge, in Shropshire, England. It was the first arch bridge in the world to be made out of cast iron,…

Used to sit reading right here. Lived a five minute walk from here where the Worcester-Birmingham canal met the River Severn at Diglis. England Ireland, England Uk, London England, Worcester Cathedral, River Severn, Romantic Honeymoon, Kingdom Of Great Britain, Scenic Photography, Oh The Places You'll Go

River Severn And Worcester Cathedral Stock Image - Image of religious, historic: 1553653

Photo about Looking over the River Severn towards Worcester Cathedral, resident mute swans in the foreground. Image of religious, historic, cathedral - 1553653

Railway and landscape paintings by artist Rob Rowland GRA Severn Bridge, River Severn, Ribblehead Viaduct, Uk Rail, Foto Top, Old Train Station, Nostalgic Art, Henri Rousseau, Steam Railway

Railway & Landscape Paintings by Rob Rowland GRA

Railway and landscape paintings by artist Rob Rowland GRA

Bridgnorth, The Lift This remarkable funicular railway is the oldest and steepest inland electric cliff railway in the country. Old Pictures, Old Photos, River Severn, Ancient History, Local History, Pyramids Of Giza, Virtual Art, Wolverhampton, Round House

Bridgnorth, the Lift 1898

Photo of Bridgnorth, The Lift 1898 from Francis Frith

Construction of the First Severn Crossing Severn Bridge, River Severn, Bristol England, Bristol Uk, Wales Uk, South Wales, Severn Beach, Bristol Channel, Liverpool History

1964, Construction of the First Severn Crossing

The 60 feet (18m) long deck sections, 75 feet (23m) wide and 10 feet (3m) deep, were floated out from the yards of Fairfield Mabey and winched into position. The road surface is 38,000 square yards of hand-laid mastic asphalt. The bridge was built in five years four months, and the complex, including the crossing of the Wye and motorway links, cost a total of £16m, compared with a projected £238m for the second crossing built a couple of miles downstream and opened spring 1996. When the…

Ferry the Severn Princess, final ferry crossing in The Final Aust Ferry Severn Bridge, River Severn, City Of Bristol, Bristol Uk, Severn Beach, Bristol Channel, Old Lorries, Bristol England, South Wales

The Final Aust Ferry

The last picture of the old Aust ferry which the bridge replaced. The advent of railways, in particular the opening of the South Wales railway in 1852 and then the Severn tunnel in 1886, brought a sharp decrease in traffic; both the steamboats were scrapped by 1860 and eventually the service was closed altogether. The ferry gained a new lease of life, however, with the growth of motor traffic, and a service was re-opened in 1926. Between 1931 and 1966 a ferry service was operated by Enoch…

Aust Ferry 1966 the last day of service Severn Bridge, River Severn, City Of Bristol, Bristol Uk, Bristol Channel, Dubai Architecture, Bristol England, Great Buildings And Structures, Celebrity Travel

Aust Ferry 1966 the last day of service

Aust Ferry or Beachley Ferry was a ferry service that operated across the River Severn between Aust and Beachley both in Gloucestershire, England. Before the Severn Bridge opened in 1966, it provided service for road traffic crossing between the West Country and South Wales. The nearest fixed crossing was a 60-mile (97 km) round trip to Gloucester. The ferry ran from a pier at Old Passage near the village of Aust on the east bank of the Severn. It ran to a similar pier on the east of the…

For many years, Shrewsbury coracle maker Fred Davies achieved some notability amongst football fans, by a unique service he and his coracle provided. He would sit in his coracle during Shrewsbury Town FC home matches, and retrieve stray footballs from the River Severn. Although Mr Davies died long ago, his legend is still associated with the club Cool Countries, Countries Of The World, My Father, Fathers, Welsh Cawl, Shrewsbury Town, River Severn, Football Fans, Anthropology

For many years, Shrewsbury coracle maker Fred Davies achieved some notability amongst football fans, by a unique service he and his coracle provided. He would sit in his coracle during Shrewsbury Town FC home matches, and retrieve stray footballs from the River Severn. Although Mr Davies died long ago, his legend is still associated with the club

The Manchester Evening News runs a regular Nostalgia column which . - Start gathering all your extended family knowledge and get it online in an unbelievable program, so your relatives and descendants can see it all River Severn, Horse Drawn Wagon, Bristol England, Character And Setting, City Of Bristol, Dieselpunk, Old Pictures, Historical Photos, Great Places

1885 horse-drawn omnibus, Park Street, Bristol

1895 Park Street two trace horses are added to haul the horse-drawn omnibus up this rather steep hill. The original gradient of Park Street was 1 in 12, which caused great hardship to horses drawing carriages, carts and later buses up the hill.

Aust Ferry or Beachley Ferry was a ferry service that operated across the River Severn between Aust and Beachley both in Gloucestershire, England. Severn Bridge, River Severn, Bristol Channel, Bristol Uk, Cymru, Northern Ireland, Historical Photos, Avon, Wales

Aust Ferry 1950s

Aust Ferry or Beachley Ferry was a ferry service that operated across the River Severn between Aust and Beachley both in Gloucestershire, England.

Feb 10 2014 - View from the spire top west window midday! View from Peregrine Falcons of Worcester Live Cam over the Worcestershire Cricket Ground Worcester Cathedral, Worcester England, River Severn, Tudor House, Me On A Map, 17th Century, Places To Travel, Landscape, Pictures

Worcestershire flooding: pictures, traffic news and live updates

Some road closures have been lifted but high floodwaters are still making travel difficult, especially around Worcester.

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Dave Throup on Twitter

“Important not to forget that 50 homes are currently flooded in #worcester”

Hahnemuhle PHOTO RAG Fine Art Paper (other products available) - Sir Francis Drake& House near Severn Bridge, Gatcombe, England. 1890 and ca. Date: - Image supplied by Mary Evans Prints Online - Fine Art Print on Paper made in the UK Severn Bridge, River Severn, Sir Francis, English Countryside, Photographic Prints, Wonderful Images, Poster Size Prints, Drake, Photo Puzzle

Print of Sir Francis Drakes House near Severn Bridge, Gatcombe, Engl

Sir Francis Drakes House near Severn Bridge, Gatcombe, England. Date between ca. 1890 and ca. 1900. Date A2 (59x42cm) Poster (#7305514) Framed Prints, Posters, Canvas, Puzzles, Metal, Photo Gifts and Wall Art