The Chapel of Our Lady on Rotherham Bridge (Rotherham) Reviews
Description:Rotherham / South Yorkshire / England / Built in 1483, it is one of four examples remaining that signifies medieval ... more
Newest Review: ... English Midlands at points that were roughly mid-way between the Royal houses of London and other important destinations like York and Edinburgh. As well as their religious significance Chantry Bridge Chapels also provided structural support to the bridge on which they stood as they were constructed at the same time as the bridge and became an integral part of its design and ... more
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by - written on 26/10/08 (Very useful, 209 readings)
I find that there is something very cute about Chantry Bridge Chapels and if you have not yet been fortunate to see one it is difficult to explain exactly where their charm lies. Firstly, I suppose that I ought to explain just exactly what a Chantry Bridge Chapel is and more importantly I ought to tell you whereabouts you can find one, just in case by the end of this review I have stirred your curiosity just enough to try and seek one out or better still, if I have convinced you also that Chantry Bridge Chapels are indeed very cute and charming. Chantry Bridge Chapels are miniature medieval churches. During the 12th, 13th, 14th and 15th centuries several of ... Read the complete review
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