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The bridge at Old Shoreham in West Sussex is an ancient wooden structure and was the only permanent crossing of the River Adur until the Norfolk Bridge was constructed further downstream in 1923.

Nowadays its use is restricted to pedestrians, but it was open to traffic up until the 1970s.

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