If you drive north just past the City of Lancaster and turn right you come to a point near Caton where the River Lune meanders in a big curve through tree lined banks, called the Crook O'Lune.
This is now a popular picnic spot with a fair old cafe where you can get bacon, sausage and egg rolls (or beefburgers if you prefer). The bridge is called the Penny Bridge, it used to be a toll bridge, hence the name. The bridge supports that can be seen through the arches are those of the old railway bridge that now forms part of the Lune Valley cycleway.
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