West Rasen, Packhorse Bridge
This packhorse bridge is about 20 metres long and crosses the River Rase in West Rasen, about 3 miles west of Market Rasen (TF 063893).
It is said to have been built in the early 1300s by the then Bishop of Lincoln, who also built a bridge over the Ancholme, two miles away at the place now known as Bishopbridge.
Pevsner, however, dates the bridge to the 15th century.
F Robinson, 2010
West Rasen, packhorse bridge, Bishopbridge