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Bull Bridge, Penkridge

Bull Bridge 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 ...

Bull Bridge, Penkridge

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 ...

Main Road, Penkridge

This postcard view looks north from Penkridge towards the Bull Bridge which carries the A449 Wolverhampton to Stafford Road over the River Penk. It was rebuilt in 1796 and widened in 1822. Just across ...

Penkridge from the Church Tower

A postcard view looking north from the top of St. Michael's Church tower. The houses on Pinfold Lane can be seen at the bottom if this image. Beyond is Stafford Road (A449) and Bull Bridge. Two large ...

Penkridge Town - [Bull] Bridge: sepia drawing

'The Bridge at Penkridge, Staffordshire.' Showing the bridge from the north bank, with the church in the distance. Five arches of the bridge show.'J. Buckler.'

Penkridge Town - Bridge: engraving (vignetted)

'Penkridge,' showing the [Bull] bridge, from the railway to the west. There are meadows in between the railway and the bridge, and there is a distant view of Cannock.'J. Wallace del., [drawn]; J. Greig ...

Penkridge Town - Railway and Bull Bridge: steel engraving

'The Railway near Penkridge, Teddesley Hall in the distance.' Showing a view from the railway across to Bull bridge and Teddesley Hall in the far distance.'D. Cox [drawn]; W. Radclyffe [engraved.]'

Railway Viaduct, Penkridge

This postcard view shows the Seven Arches viaduct looking south from Levedale Road towards Penkridge. In the foreground is the River Penk, on the left is the tower of St. Michael and All Angels' Church ...

Railway Viaduct, Penkridge

This postcard view shows ‘The Seven Arches’ viaduct over the River Penk, near Penkridge. It was built by the Grand Junction Railway and opened in 1837. In later years the line became known as the Birmingham ...

Railway Viaduct, Penkridge

This postcard view shows the Seven Arches viaduct looking west from the A449 Wolverhampton Road at the old Junction with Levedale Road near Penkridge. In later years this junction was changed. On the ...

Railway Viaduct, Penkridge

This postcard view shows the Seven Arches viaduct looking west from the A449 Wolverhampton Road at the old junction with Levedale Road near Penkridge. In later years this junction was changed. In the ...

Railway Viaduct, Penkridge

This postcard view shows a locomotive and rolling stock on the Seven Arches viaduct on the approach to Penkridge Station. The Seven Arches viaduct over the River Penk, near Penkridge, was built by ...

Railway Viaduct, Penkridge

This postcard view of ‘The Seven Arches’ viaduct over the River Penk, near Penkridge, was sent along with several other postcards in an envelope from ‘Ginge’ (name unknown) to his Mother (name and address ...

River Penk at Penkridge

A colour tinted postcard view of the River Penk at Penkridge, looking north east from Bull Bridge towards the Mill. Published by A.W. Bourne, 32 Babingley Drive, Leicester.

River Penk from Cuttlestone Bridge, Penkridge

This postcard shows a picturesque scene looking north-east from Cuttlestone Bridge over the River Penk with cattle grazing on the meadows. Cuttlestone Bridge is Grade II listed and located on Pinfold ...

River Penk, Penkridge

A postcard view of the River Penk near Penkridge. Published by A.L. Pearson and postmarked 3 August 1919.

River Penk, Penkridge

A view of the River Penk at Penkridge with Bull Bridge to the right and the tower of St. Michael's church in the distance. this postcard view is dated 1934.

Stone Bridge, Brewood

A postcard view of a quiet scene by the Stone Bridge and River Penk, near Brewood. The spire of St. Mary and St. Chad's Church can be seen in the background. Stone Bridge, or Somerford Bridge, is ...

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