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Canal Street Bridge

This bridge was one of the first structures to be rebuilt on the site.

It was originally sited over the Birmingham canal on Broad Street, Wolverhampton, 1879 and was dismantled in 1976.

The photographs below show when the bridge was located in Wolverhampton c.1950 just at the moment a Wolverhampton Corporation trolley bus crossed over and also how the bridge arrived at BCLM in 1976. The bridge was relocated onto BCLM's Canal Street in 1978 and restored from vandalism and it's gas lights were repaired.

The bridge now prominently sits as the main route and feature for our canalside village. 

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