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Grosvenor Bridge

What is it?

Grosvenor Bridge is now a foot/cycle bridge connecting Kensington Meadows with the Kennet and Avon canal towpath.

Where is it in Bath?

The bridge is over the River Avon upstream from Cleveland Bridge and is to the rear of Grosvenor Buildings on the London Road:
General view of Grosvenor Bridge There are two plaques affixed to the inside of the central section balustrade:

Location of plaques on Grosvenor Bridge

Plaque 1:

Grosvenor Bridge plaque 1

The text of Plaque 1 reads

"City of Bath
Grosvenor Bridge
Rebuilt 1929.
 F. P. Sissons, M.Inst.M. & Cy.E. City Engineer"

Plaque 2:

Grosvenor Bridge plaque 2

The text of Plaque 2 reads

"The original bridge was built in 1850 by T. Shew
Contractors for rebuilding 1929 Lotz & Kier"

Location map of Grosvenor Bridge (off map to right):
Grosvenor Bridge plaque location map



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