Stoke Bridge, IpswichEdit profile
Stoke Bridge marks the end of the River Gipping and the start of the River Orwell in Ipswich. It is a misnomer as the current incarnation is actually two bridges separated by a few metres, one carrying the northbound carriageway, the other carrying the southbound. The southbound bridge has a plaque celebrating the bridge's erection over 1924 and 1925.
There are records of a bridge existing on the site from the late 13th Century. The fact that the Domesday Book mentions Saint Mary at Stoke implies that a crossing existed much earlier.
The current bridges carry the A137 towards the town centre from the suburb of Over Stoke to the South, from which the bridge draws its name.