Chain Bridge Forge have joined Alabama Forge Council

Chain Bridge Forge have joined Alabama Forge Council

Alabama Forge Council are a non-profit organization that promotes the knowledge of Blacksmithing skills and works to promote the continued re-discovery of the art of Blacksmithing.What They DoThey are a dynamic group of over 400 professional, amateur...
Aerial Photo of Spalding from 1930

Aerial Photo of Spalding from 1930

This image shows the High Street running along the centre of the photo and at the far side of the river. You can make out Birch’s black warehouse by the riverside to the right/middle of the photo and to the far left/middle is the Chain Bridge Forge. In the...
New Collection – Sail Loft next to the Forge

New Collection – Sail Loft next to the Forge

Mr D Harper has kindly given the Forge a collection of legal documents relating to the Sail Loft next to the Forge. My Harpers brother was the owner of the Sail Loft when it was a book shop and we thank him for his kind donation. We will be providing an explanation of...
River Welland and High St Spalding early 1900’s

River Welland and High St Spalding early 1900’s

This is a new photo that I haven’t seen before. It shows the High St in Spalding (Welland House in the background, Rear of Chain Bridge Forge, the Fish and Chip shop and on the left the shop before being a Co-op and more now a physiotherapist. Anybody know about...