The English Bridge

This is the English Bridge spanning the River Severn in Shrewsbury. This 1926 version was a rebuilding and widening of the one that was built in 1774. A bridge is known to have stood here since the 9th century.

At 220 miles long the River Severn is the longest river in Great Britain, flowing from North Wales to Gloucestershire.

This picture is a panoramic stitching of three seperate images taken in April 2021. Thanks to lockdown easing we are able to travel more freely within England although we still can’t stay anywhere overnight.

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