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Chertsey has an admission-free museum on Windsor Street, which provides considerable information about the history of Chertsey. It features clocks by two local makers, James Douglass and Henry Wale Cartwright.  The Black Cherry Fair is an annual event which the Museum hosts. It includes live music and refreshments in the museum garden.
Thorpe Park (officially stylised in capitals as "THORPE PARK") is a theme park located in Chertsey, Surrey, England, UK. It was built in 1979 on the site of a gravel pit which was partially flooded with the intention of creating a water based theme for the park. The park's first large roller coaster, Colossus, was added in 2002. In 2007, Tussauds was bought out by Merlin Entertainments, who now operate the park on a lease from Nick Leslau.[clarification needed]
Addlestone is a town in the borough of Runnymede in the county of Surrey, England. Immediate surrounding towns and villages include Weybridge, Ottershaw, Chertsey, and New Haw. It is near Junction 11 of the M25 motorway and is served by Addlestone railway station on the Chertsey Branch Line. The M25 motorway passes to the west of the town, and cut some roads into two when built; so roads such as Liberty Lane turned into Liberty Rise and Liberty Lane. The main road in Addlestone is Station Road which is a linear development; shops include Tesco and Iceland as well as the NHS doctors' surgery, the Eileen Tozer Day Centre not to mention the countless charity shops that line Station Road. This main thoroughfare also features many fast food and takeaway restaurants, including KFC which opened in 2007 and Subway which was opened in early 2009.
Strode's College is an institution in Egham dating back to 1704 and was a grammar school before being designated a sixth form college in 1975.
The bridge was built to complement an earlier bridge built by Sir Edwin Lutyens  a low wide arch bridge built of brick to carry the A30 Staines By-pass. It is an open spandrel arch of the same basic shape, but is made up of a series of parallel concrete frames. These allow light to penetrate underneath and transfer loads vertically to avoid disturbing the foundations of the earlier bridge. The motorway bridge was recently widened to six lanes each way. It is one of four bridges carrying motorway traffic across the Thames, the others being the QE2 Bridge, the M3 Chertsey Bridge and the M4 Thames Bridge, Maidenhead.
Information by Wikipedia.com