Bull Bridge, Penkridge

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Description:A postcard view of Bull Bridge, which was built around 1796 and widened in 1822. In 1963 the road was further widened and the bridge was reconstructed. It is believed to be named after a nearby place name 'Bold'. The bridge carries the A449 Stafford Road over the River Penk.

This postcard was published by ‘The Wrench Series’ and printed in Saxony. It was franked in Penkridge during December 1904 and sent to an address in Tring, Hertfordshire.

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Image courtesy of: The Arthur Lloyd Collection

Donor ref:A_Lloyd-450aa (232/43386)

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