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|Description: In the centre of the parapet of Coronation Bridge. Relief showing the wings, neck and head of a phoenix rising from flames.
Inscription: A plaque on the bridge says: CORONATION / BRIDGE / JUNE 1953
Commission: Built at the time of the Coronation of Queen Elizabeth II. No further details at present.
Questions: Who designed and built the bridge and for what specific purpose?
What were the costs and time scale for the project? When was it opened?
Why does a Phoenix appear on the bridge - there is also a Phoenix Hotel in the town?
Who carved the relief?