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Default Bridges over the River Bann

Fly Fishers love to hang over bridges looking at the water below. And now you can (almost) with Google's superb 'Street View' maps. Each road bridge across the Bann is shown here in order (upstream at the top). They all show upstream views but you can rotate the view to see the downstream side too, zoom in or out and even walk off the bridge if you wish. This is amazing technology and we hope you find it useful.
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