Stony Bridge

The Stony Bridge was constructed circa 1370 in Waltham Abbey and spans the Cornill Stream.

It is sometimes incorrectly known as Harold’s Bridge (named after the Saxon King Harold), however, it was constructed over 300 years after his death.

The bridge carried the road from Waltham Grange which was the monastic home farm of Waltham Abbey to other parts of the estate, the mill and town.

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