|Wolverhampton Lock No 5||1¾ furlongs|
|Cannock Road Bridge||1½ furlongs|
|Wolverhampton Lock No 6||1¼ furlongs|
|Wolverhampton Lock No 7||¾ furlongs|
|Wolverhampton Lock No 8||a few yards|
|Wolverhampton Lock No 9||½ furlongs|
|Wolverhampton Lock No 10||1 furlong|
|Foxs Lane Bridge||1 furlong|
|Wolverhampton Lock No 11||1½ furlongs|
|Railway Bridge - Bilbrook to the North||1¾ furlongs|
- Wolverhampton railway station (Train Station)
1172 yards to the south.
- Molineux Stadium (Sports Venue & Stadium, Sports & Recreation)
960 yards to the southwest.
- Wolverhampton Wanderers FC (Sports Venue & Stadium)
1010 yards to the southwest.
- Wolverhampton Sports Arena (Sports Venue & Stadium)
1445 yards to the west.
- Asda Wolverhampton (Big Box Retailer)
709 yards to the southwest.
- Cannock Road Gurdwara (Sikh Temple)
640 yards to the east.
- Dunstall Hill Community Centre (Community Center)
659 yards to the west.
- Randall Lines (Residence & Other)
667 yards to the southwest.
- University of Wolverhampton - School of Health (College & University)
743 yards to the southwest.
- National Express Parklane Garage Wolverhampton (Public Transportation)
805 yards to the northeast.
- Manchester Piccadilly (Train Station)
1192 yards to the southeast.
Wikipedia has a page about Jordan Bridge
Jordan Bridge was a tolled highway lift bridge which carried State Route 337 over the southern branch of the Elizabeth River from the City of Portsmouth into the City of Chesapeake in South Hampton Roads, Virginia.
Opened in 1928, it was privately built by an organization led by South Norfolk businessmen Wallace and Carl Jordan. It was later renamed the Jordan Bridge, principally to honor long-standing manager Carl M. Jordan. The oldest drawbridge in Virginia, the 80-year old bridge had reached the end of its useful life by 2008. Faced with diminishing returns on millions of dollars in needed maintenance and unknown reliability, it was permanently closed on November 8, 2008.
A replacement bridge, built with 100% private funds, and paid for by tolls, was approved by Chesapeake City Council on January 27, 2009. The new South Norfolk Jordan Bridge was originally scheduled to be completed by July 2010, but was finally completed and opened for use on October 27, 2012.
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