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Looking north, Maidenhead Railway Bridge ( Isambard Kingdom Brunel, 1838) crossing the River Thames at Maidenhead. Maidenhead Road Bridge (1777) can be seen in the distance.

Photograph taken by Robert Neild 2004. From en:wiki

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