A RAILWAY bridge struck by lorries 32 times since 2009 reopened to road traffic in July after a five-month closure to repair damaged sustained in January.
The bridge, which carries the Camp Hill line over Landor Street in the Bordesley Green area of Birmingham, had to be closed for repair, and a collision protection beam, damaged beyond repair on January 9 after 10 years of continual bridge bashes, had to be replaced.
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