The oldest bridge in Chester, crossing the River Dee, leading from the bottom of Lower Bridge Street to Handbridge. A bridge on this site was originally built by the Romans and the present bridge is largely the result of a major rebuilding in 1387. Designated by English Heritage as a Grade I listed building. This photo shows the view looking towards the suburb of Handbridge, which is located south of the River Dee. You can see the church of St Mary's Without-the-Walls and The Ship Inn.
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