Adelaide Bridge on the River Leam

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Description:A photograph of Adelaide Bridge, which crosses the River Leam in Leamington Spa, c.1910.

The original bridge, erected in 1850, was made of brick. This was thought unsafe for heavy traffic and in 1891 the bridge was rebuilt in iron. This photograph is part of the Dainty Series published by E T W Dennis & Sons of London and Scarborough.

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Donor ref:LEAMG : M3781.1993.107 (69/19197)

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