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1868
National Gazetteer reference to Sudbrook, 1886.

"SUDBROOKE, a hamlet, formerly a parish, now united with the parish of Portskewett in the upper division of Caldicott hundred, county Monmouth, 5 miles S.W. of Chepstow. The living is a discharged rectory annexed to that of Portskewett. The church has long been in ruins."


Source: The National Gazetteer of Great Britain and Ireland (1868).


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pumping station info

Built to pump water from the Severn Tunnel after a 'great spring' was discovered, it's been in action since 1886...


chapel info

"...on the very brink of this cliff is an old ruin called Sudbrook Chapel, very picturesque to see..."


bridge info

Today, two bridges span the Severn near Sudbrook providing quick exits from England...


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