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Original Text (Annotation: EAW223251 / 1419485)

' The three bridges over the Medway between Rochester and Strood. Furthest away is the frame of the cast iron road bridge, opened on the 14th May 1914 and still in use for west bound traffic today. In the middle is the east bound road bridge, opened in 1970 and built upon the piles of the first railway bridge, built in 1858 by the East Kent Railway (the London, Chatham and Dover Railway from 1st August 1859). Nearest to the camera is the current railway bridge, built by the South Eastern Railway and opened on the 20th July 1891. '