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The earliest written reference to The George, so far discovered, is in 1609. At that time, the inn was officially known as St George Inn, after the patron saint of England. The 'saint' part of the name was officially dropped in the early part of the 18th century, probably because of the accession of King George I, in 1714. The name George Hotel dates from the mid 19th century.
Bewdley is largely a Georgian town, approached by an elegant Georgian bridge and situated mainly on the west bank of the River Severn. Designed by the renowned civil engineer Thomas Telford, Bewdley Bridge was completed in 1798 and carries traffic over the River Severn into Load Street. Bewdley is also home to the well-known Severn Valley Railway. Built in the mid 19th century, the 16-mile line has been restored as a steam railway, through the most scenic section of the valley.
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