Old bridges (not toll)
Anstey Packhorse bridge
It passes over the Rothley Brook in Anstey, Leicestershire.
King William's bridge
Also over Rothley Brook, at the eastern end of Sheepwash Lane in Anstey, Leicestershire.
Built in the 17th century it was widened in 1696 to carry the coach of King William III who was travelling to Bradgate House.
Aylestone Packhorse Bridge 15th century
Sanvey lane, Aylestone
This crosses the Soar at its junction with the Grand union canal.
Market Deeping bridge over the River Welland 1842.
Also called Deeping Gate bridge. According to some authorities this was built in 1651
There had been a wooden bridge here since at least 1563
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