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Description : The Rhine Bridge, Bonn, Germany, opened in 1898 and trams ran across it from 1902. It survived the first & second World Wars, until the Germans blew it up when fleeing from the Allies at the end of the war in 1945. It was a particularly beautiful bridge with four stone lions on it. Its replacement was opened in 1949, and was named the Kennedy Bridge, after the assassination of the American President in 1963
Date : c.1930
Size in mm :(approx) - 138 X 88
Publisher :  Not attributed
Publisher's Card No. : 95896
Un-used :
Condition : The right edge is rough where it has been removed from a booklet, and the white marks at the bottom are where the print is missing.

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