Seasonal Archaeology: The Last Iron Bridge (in Shropshire at least!) — archaeologytea

The Edward Albert Railway Bridge arching across the River Severn, September 2021. The autumnal equinox for 2021 was signalled by the early morning dew heavy upon grass and leaves. In the countryside, the changing colours and gradual die-back of vegetation provided a frame for some stunning landscape views of archaeology sites. Exploring the Ironbridge Gorge […]

Seasonal Archaeology: The Last Iron Bridge (in Shropshire at least!) — archaeologytea

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