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Lendal Bridge
A Victorian construction across the River Ouse.

Lendal Bridge is part of Station Road, the A1036.
The parapet of the bridge features the ornate designs of the white rose of York, the crossed keys of the Diocese of York, and the lions of England. Further ironwork displays York�s coat of arms and the letters V & A for Victoria and Albert. The bridge was originally intended as a toll bridge and the two tollhouses at either end of the bridge are cafes.

The photo was taken from the sixth floor of the Park Inn Hotel. <a href='http://www.geograph.org.uk/photo/765352'>SE6051 : The Park Inn Hotel</a>

 

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