- Brotherhouse Bar
- Nene Terrace
The small town of Crowland in South Holland, Lincolnshire, positioned between Peterborough and Spalding has two places of tourist interest.
The Benedictine abbey was built in the 8th century by King Ethelbald over the hermitage of St Guthlac, whose wisdom had attracted numerous followers. The monastic buildings were partly destroyed and rebuilt many times, but the north aisle (used now as the parish church) survives; so does the tower at the west end, to which has been added a two-storied porch and a blunt spire. The remainder of the ruined but still magni?cent west front has ?ve tiers of statues representing saints, apostles and personages associated with the early history of the Abbey. A statue of Christ holding the World, believed to have come from the missing west gable, surmounts the extraordinary triangular bridge in the centre of the town. This bridge of three semicircles meeting at an apex was built in the 13th century when the streets were waterways.
Trinity Bridge started in 1360.
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