Swarkestone Bridge (NC 263)

Swarkestone Bridge (NC 263)

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Swarkestone bridge spans the River Trent and is at the northern end of a long stone causeway that is the longest in England and forms part of the old road from Derby to Coventry. This is the most southerly point reached by Bonnie Prince Charlie and his Jacobite army before returning to Scotland in 1745. The Crewe and Harper pub is reflected on a crisp day in early spring.


30 x 20 cm (12 x 8 inches)