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River Camel Viaduct, Wadebridge

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River Camel Viaduct, Wadebridge
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The Port of Wadebridge lies at the head of the River Camel Estuary on the north Cornish Coast. The 7 mile estuary theoretically provides navigation for coastal vessels to the Port; however, the last regular use was for road stone, imported from the Irish Republic in the 1980s. At the end of 1991, after the completion of the Statutory Procedures, the Secretary of State awarded a contract to bypass the town of Wadebridge to the north with a single-carriageway road.

E. Hollingshurst

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