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Stanton by Bridge. This is located in Derbyshire.
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of Stanton by Bridge, Derbyshire, England.
The village of Stanton by bridge stands on rising ground overlooking the flood plain of the River Trent where it is crossed by the historic Stanton Causeway and Swarkeston Bridge. It is a quiet sleepy village with no pub. The church of St Michael showing structural evidence of Saxon work. A Norman Chancel arch, window and doorway have been retained during several restorations. The bell cot is Victorian and consists of three bells as you can see in the photograph. The village used to have a pub called the Dog and Duck.
Ivy House Farm Guesthouse was Built in the 17th century, the bed and breakfast accommodation.
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|DP-020405STANTBYBRI-01 - The brow of the hill on the A514 at Stanton-by-bridge
DP-020405STANTBYBRI-02 - On Swarkestone bridge (ancient causeway) near Stanton by bridge.
DP-020405STANTBYBRI-03 - Side view of Swarkestone bridge viewed from Ward's Lane.
DP-020405STANTBYBRI-04 to 07,11 to 13 - Views along the main road in Stanton by Bridge.
DP-020405STANTBYBRI-08 to 10 Stanton by Bridge Village Hall.
DP-020405STANTBYBRI-14 to 18 - Views of the Church of St Michael.
DP-020405STANTBYBRI-19 - Ivy House Farm (B&B)
DP-020405STANTBYBRI-20 - Possible old village well. This looks like an old well but I may be wrong. Do you know?
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