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Excavating an anchorage point at Beachley during construction of the first Severn crossing

English: Excavating an anchorage point at Beachley during construction of the first Severn Bridge, Beachley, England
Date 1963
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Author Brian Gerald Gwyn Hobbs
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51° 36′ 50.90″ N, 2° 38′ 58.96″ W

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