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Turnover bridge gets its name because it was where the horse towing the canal boat could change sides of the canal towpath without unhitching the rope.
If you look closely you can see the grooves worn in the stone by the towing ropes over the years.
As a child, Derrick Hudson of Lancaster saw how the horses crossed over Turnover Bridge.
Last date edited: 20 July 2015