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File:Royal Albert and Tamar Bridge from Cornwall.jpg

Description Tamar Bridges June 2006 As featured on Plymothian Transit
Date 1 July 2006, 14:27
Source Tamar-Bridges-2
Author Graham Richardson from Plymouth, England


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