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A wide angle view of the eastern side of the Iron Bridge in the historic town of Ironbridge, Shropshire, UK. The town of Ironbridge was named after the world's first arched bridge made of cast iron - opened in 1781 - which crosses the River Severn at that point. It was built by Abraham Darby III of Coalbrookdale.
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