Saturday, August 20, 2016

Sir John Rennie's Horkstow Bridge

Horkstow Bridge over the River Ancholme in North Lincolnshire. A grade II* listed building that dates back to 1836. Designed by Sir John Rennie, it is one of the earliest suspension bridges in the country.  It is now covered in grafitti and the top stone plinths lay smashed in the floor. A beautiful bridge that is not maintained and simply left to the local youths to wreck,

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