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...
WDIDB Report on River Welland and Crowland Flood 1947

WDIDB Report on River Welland and Crowland Flood 1947

Report of Flood 1947 within The River Welland and South Holland pt1 Report of Flood 1947 within The River Welland and South Holland pt2 Report of Flood 1947 within The River Welland and South Holland pt3 Report of Flood 1947 within The River Welland and South Holland...

Report of Flood 1947 River Welland

Report of Flood 1947 within The River Welland and South Holland pt1 Report of Flood 1947 within The River Welland and South Holland pt2 Report of Flood 1947 within The River Welland and South Holland pt3 Report of Flood 1947 within The River Welland and South Holland...
History of Chain Bridge

History of Chain Bridge

The first record we have of Chain Bridge is recorded on Grundy’s Map of 1732. The map shows its location very close to Chain Bridge Forge. It was believed to have been to the left of the Forge. The bridge was opened by pulling chains hence its name. This bridge...