Bridge shown within Kent
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Bridge village is situated in the Nailbourne valley in a rural setting on the old Roman road, Watling Street, formerly the main road between London and Dover. The village lies 2.5 miles south-east of the city of Canterbury.
On the edge of the village are two large country estates. Bourne Park is a Queen Anne mansion dating from 1702. Higham Park is a large neoclassical mansion, once the home of eccentric racing driver Count Louis Zborowski. His giant-engined "Chitty Bang Bang" cars were built there, as was Babs, the vehicle used in J.G. Parry-Thomas's attempt for the land speed record at Pendine Sands in 1927.
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