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This bridge bears the name Joseph Clayton 1876, commemorating his widening of the bridge in that year. Look for the deep grooves worn in the walls of the bridge by the towlines of horse boats which were hauled under the bridge.
This area of Lancaster Canal was also an outdoor classroom for Carol Millar in the 1950s.
Last date edited: 17 July 2015