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in Tewkesbury, Glos
Also known as Key Bridge.
A cast iron bridge over the River Avon, built in 1822.
'In 1821 an agreement was made with a Shropshire man, Benjamin Ball, an ironfounder, for "furnishing and erecting a Cast Iron bridge over the River Avon" for the payment of £660. The plans were by Thomas Holland, a Gloucester surveyor, and James Westcott of Barnwood was employed to build the temporary bridge and for some work on the new bridge.'