Ludlow is a parliamentary borough, standing on a beautiful bend of the Teme, in Shropshire, but close to the borders of Herefordshire, from which the river divides it.
This is a considerable town, of about 6,240 inhabitants, situated on both sides of the Severn, the two parts being distinguished by the names of Upper and Lower, and connected by a noble bridge of six arches. It has a considerable carrying trade on the river; in other respects it is of a miscellaneous character. The promenade outside the town should be visited.
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This fine old capital of Shropshire, and parliamentary town, is 42 miles beyond Birmingham, 161¾ miles from London by the North Western (or 171 via Birmingham), and 171 by the Great Western.
A healthy, fashionable, and agreeable watering place, consisting of Great and Little Malvern, about four miles apart.