A little background on Weybridge:

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Until 1838, the opening of the London to Southampton railway line, Weybridge was a small village where there was a bridge across the river Wey, where it meets the Thames. In 1547, it is recorded that the bridge had fallen into such a "ruinous" state that it was unsafe for the Queen (Elizabeth 1) to pass over it. It was reconstructed from wood, as stonework would have been too costly for the queen to bear (she owned the land both sides of the bridge).

River Wey in Weybridge, Surrey
River Wey in Weybridge, Surrey

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