Worcester Railway bridge, built 1904 and Worcester Bridge, built in 1781 and design by John Gwynne.
Worcester Bridge replaced the original bridge, built in the 14th century, after the original was deemed unstable and torn down. The new bridge was moved further down the river to allow it to be wider than the original. It was further widened in 1932.
Worcester railway bridge was built in 1904 to replace the original 1860 bridge after the original bridge failed to pass safety inspections.