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Bridge of Remembrance


Where is the Bridge of Remembrance?
The Bridge of Remembrance is at the end Cashel Street. It was built next to King Edward Barracks.

Information about the Bridge of Remembrance:
The Bridge of Remembrance had a clean up in February 2003. It is the first clean up of the stonework in 12 years.


What does the Bridge look like?
The Bridge of Remembrance is a stone bridge near the Avon River, and has a large arch and two small arches beside it. The Bridge of Remembrance is a tall archway. It is made out of concrete and sandstone. Two brown lions are perched carefully on the bridge.

What is the purpose of the Bridge?
People visit the Bridge to remember the soldiers who died in World War One and World War Two.


This page was made by Kate, Sophie, Ruby (back) and Claudia (front).

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