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The Lion Bridge, Alnwick


The Lion Bridge over the River Aln at Alnwick was built in 1775 by John Adam.[1] The stone bridge has 4 arches and in the centre of the bridge, on the east side, is the lead cast Percy Lion. The bridge is built in a castle-style and is overlooked by Alnwick Castle. The bridge carried the old Great North Road over the river Aln. The bridge is Grade 1 Listed. 

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The Lion Bridge

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Alnwick Lion

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The Lion on Lion Bridge

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Lion Bridge

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Alnwick Castle and the Lion Bridge - Alnwick, Northumberland

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The Lion statue on the bridge - Alnwick, Northumberland

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Lion sculpture on bridge in Alnwick

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Lion Bridge - Alnwick Castle

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Lion Bridge

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The Lion Bridge [1]

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THE LION BRIDGE - List Entry
- "John Adam. Ashlar. Three arches and a smaller land arch. Polygonal look outs on each side. Corbelled arcade to crenellated parapet. In the centre on the east side stands the ...

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Image taken from page 221 of 'Local Records; or, Historical Register of remarkable events which have occurred in Northumberland and Durham, Newcastle-upon-Tyne and Berwick-upon-Tweed, with biographical notices of deceased persons ... 1833 to ... 1866, bei

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Alnwick Lion

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