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' B6430 Wyre Bridge "Until 1926, when the first by-pass was built, this was the route of the main north to south road (the A6) which ran through the town and over the River Wyre at the stone bridge. It formed the 'Drove Road' for Highland Cattle being walked from Scotland to markets in the midlands and London. The present bridge was built in the early nineteenth century. It is a Grade II listed structure (British Listed Buildings). It was formerly known as ”Wyre Bridge”. Thanks to David Dixon '