Medieval bridge spanning the River Witham in Lincoln, Lincolnshire, UK, built in 1160AD and extended in 13th, 15th and 19th centuries. It is the oldest bridge in England to still have buildings on it (207, 209-210 High Street), these date from 1550AD. The bridge is known by several names, The Glory Hole, The Murder Hole (during the C16th it is believed that bodies dropped into the water would wash up at this spot) and High Bridge.
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Welcome to a small part of the bubble. Been living in Haxey on the Isle of Axholme, N. Lincolnshire for the last 7yrs. With open countryside seconds from my front door its always too tempting just to nip out with a camera.
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  • Judith Hayes
    Judith Hayesabout 2 years ago


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