Lendal Bridge, York

Lendal Bridge, York

Lendal Bridge stands on the site of a former rope-ferry where the city walls break for the River Ouse. The bridge connects two medieval towers: Lendal Tower on the east bank and Barker Tower on the west bank. Fun Fact - This was the ferry used by Florence Nightingale when she visited York en route to Castle Howard in 1852. Coloured textures have been added.

Liz Alderdice

Image size: 4502 x 3001, 18.5Mb | Camera details: FinePix S9500 | Date uploaded: 19/07/2018

Liz Alderdice | Lendal Bridge, York
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