Great Barford Church, Bedfordshire

The ancient stone bridge at Great Barford first crossed the River Great Ouse here in the 15th Century and it seems probable that All Saints’ Church was built at around the same time.

Like the bridge, the Church has subsequently been rebuilt in a clearly Victorian manner, belying its great age. The tower is largely 15th Century, but the majority of the rest of the church was rebuilt between 1848 and 1860.

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