I posted an image of the very old Cromwells bridge which is no longer used this is the newer version which was taken standing on the rather dodgy old bridge.
Canon 500d 18-270mm lens
1 handheld shot hdr processed in dynamic light .
This crossing point is still used today — Cromwell’s Bridge has been replaced by the Lower Hodder Bridge of 1819, which is a little upstream of this site.
Cromwell’s Bridge has three segmental circular arches. It was a little over 2m wide and had low parapets so as not to impede the progress of packhorses with large panniers crossing it.