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SUBJECT: Leatherhead Bridge spans the River Mole at the southern end of Bridge Street in Leatherhead, Surrey. A plaque on the bridge describes it thus:- "This fine bridge with its 14 arches has been painted by many artists. It was rebuilt and enlarged in 1783 by George Gwilt, but it stands on much older piers with medieval arch stones under many of its arches. It was a toll bridge and for many years there was a mill and tannery beside the river near where the foot of Minchin Close is now."
ORIGINAL ARTWORK: Watercolour [COMMISSION]
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