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Welsh Bridge (Shrewsbury)

The Welsh Bridge is one of two major bridges in Shrewsbury that cross the River Severn, which makes a huge loop here.

This bridge crosses to the Welsh side, while the corresponding English Bridge crosses to the English side.

The Welsh Bridge was built in 1795, and was used by Telford to carry his great road to Holyhead.

On the other side of the bridge is the picturesque district of Frankwell.

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