Fotograf: Paul Moebis
Trinity Bridge is a unique tri arch bridge that stands in the center of the town. Originally a wooden structure spanning 3 rivers, it was first mentioned in King Ethelbald's charter of AD716, 'the triangular bridge of Croyland'. In the year 1370 the wooden bridge was replaced with a stone construction that still stands today. The 3 main streets of the town were once waterways.