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Bridge Street

Brook Street

The Horns bridge by John Downman

Bridge Street is named after the Homs Bridge which crosses the river Gwenfro at the bottom of the road. The 1812 Wynnstay Survey of the Manor of Wrexham Abbot shows this street to have been named Pont Liana. There is an interesting portrayal of this bridge in a painting by the artist John Downman.

 

Some of the houses here are timber-framed and date from at least the 17th century. One property, located down an alleyway beside off Bridge Street had a decorateded stone panel, of possible Elizabethan origin, above the door.

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