About this spot
St Ives Bridge is a 15th-century bridge which crosses the River Great Ouse. It is one of only four bridges in England to incorporate a chapel. Prior to the first bridge here there was a ford across the Ouse, probably dating back several thousand years. The river was at that time wider and shallower until locks were added to make it navigable.
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