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English: The Severn Bridge spans the River Severn between South Gloucestershire, England, and Monmouthshire in South Wales,
Français : Le pont de la Severn franchit la Severn entre le Gloucestershire du Sud, Angleterre et Sir Fynwy en Galles du Sud
Original description:The original Severn Bridge at Beachley. The launch ramp for the ferries which used to cross the Severn before the bridge was built can be seen on the right hand side of the picture.
Date Saturday, 25 August, 2007
Source From Severn Bridge, near to Beachley, Gloucestershire, Great Britain -
Author Martin Edwards
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51° 37′ 22.00″ N, 2° 39′ 22.00″ W

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