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Unique ancient monument.

I see this grade 1 listed triangular bridge most days. Go back a few hundred years and Crowland was... read more

Reviewed 16 April 2018
Caroline H
,
Lincolnshire, United Kingdom
via mobile
Excellent because of it's uniqueness

The bridge is like no other I have seen before. It stands in the middle of the town and is an... read more

Reviewed 6 December 2017
Drew186305
,
Crich, United Kingdom
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Crowland, England
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Reviewed 16 April 2018 via mobile

I see this grade 1 listed triangular bridge most days. Go back a few hundred years and Crowland was an island in the Fens. This 14th century stone edifice has steep pedestrian only steps which once spanned the confluence of the Welland & a tributary....More

Thank Caroline H
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Reviewed 6 December 2017

The bridge is like no other I have seen before. It stands in the middle of the town and is an impressive monument. Sadly, like the Abbey nearby there is precious little information nor pictures about the history of the bridge.

Thank Drew186305
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Reviewed 17 September 2017 via mobile

For the people who think it's just there , it is there because 3 streams use to meet under it , growing up in crowland it was nice to see people come see bridge and the abbey ,but was annoying when they wasn't interested in...More

Thank Barry B
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Reviewed 3 September 2017 via mobile

This is such a quirky and unique bridge it's well worth a trip to go and see on its own, but with the abbey and the lovely Old Paper Shop coffee shop down the road it makes for a really nice afternoon. The bridge is...More

Thank Trev_Team_Wino
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Reviewed 31 August 2017

From information from the abbey and the sign at the bridge, I learnt why a bridge (with no waterways) was situated in the middle of the town. Really interesting to think about the importance of the bridge many years ago where it was the meeting...More

Thank Mart152015
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Reviewed 11 July 2017

Trinity bridge is a rare bridge in the village centre. Many, many years ago, before roads came along, this bridge was used to cross the join of two rivers running through the village. Definitely a sight to tick off the list on a visit to...More

Thank ajj26
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Reviewed 8 July 2017

Worth a visit for the curiosity value alone. I heard about this bridge many years ago and recently got a chance to visit in the company of someone local. It is certainly a great looking bridge but as others have commented - no rivers flow...More

Thank dannymcl
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Reviewed 6 July 2017 via mobile

Very small bridge, but very quaint. I walked over it because I could, but would only visit if I was going to Crowland. I wouldn't make a specific trip.

Thank Michelle P
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Reviewed 26 April 2017 via mobile

Called Trinity Bridge because of its three arches structure representing the Trinity.The stone structure possibly built about 1340.The bridge has only been used by pedestrians .There is no water flowing underneath . An interesting piece of architecture worth viewing if you are in the locality.

Thank suicre
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Reviewed 1 April 2017 via mobile

So old and quaint. Our Grandchildren loved climbing the steps of the bridge and looking over at the street below. Lovely old bridge and village.

Thank Gill P
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