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A footbridge at a railway station

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From Middle English fot-brigge, equivalent to foot +‎ bridge.

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footbridge (plural footbridges)

  1. A bridge over a road, railway, river, etc for pedestrians.
    • 1949 November and December, “Notes and News: Festiniog and Welsh Highland Railways”, in Railway Magazine, page 409:
      The girder bridge at the head of the pass is used as a footbridge, and is roughly decked.

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