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Location - CROWLAND BRIDGE, Lincolnshire  - A bridge with three approaches meeting in the middle, this structure was built in the 14th century to span the River Welland and a tributary. Both rivers have long ago been diverted, and the bridge now spans nothing. It is a Grade 1 listed building
Date - c.1910
Size in mm (approx) - 140 x 88
PublisherShureys Publications - Printed by Delittle Fenwick & Co, York - British Throughout
Publisher's Card No. 153 - a colour printed card
Un-used:
Condition - A very small chip at top right, otherwise excellent

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