Caption for Bransford, The Bank House And Motel C1965
THE BANK HOUSE AND MOTEL c1965.
Bransford's original bridge over the
River Teme was built by a local cleric,
Bishop Wulstan de Bransford, in 1338.
Two of its three arches were destroyed
during the Civil War, and a replacement
now stands there. There are many lovely
old buildings in the vicinity, such as
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