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Lions Bridge Ruins - Site Visualisation 3D Model
Lions Bridge Ruins
The partially exposed ruins of the former Georgian folly and local beauty spot known as Lion’s Bridge in Leigh, Lancashire. These ruins are currently being investigated as part of an ongoing Monument Men research project into the Atherton Hall estate. The bridge was constructed in the 1720’s by ‘Mad’ Richard Atherton and was once a feature of the Atherton Hall estate, comprising part of the mile-long formal lakeside entrance to the hall.
The exact site of this scan can be seen in this photograph, originally by Croughley of Leigh in the late 19th century, indicated by the red arrow
Google maps location: https://goo.gl/maps/fsbkopeXs542
Take a look at our 3D digital reconstruction of Atherton Hall, complete with annotations and further insights into it’s rich history, follow this link: https://sketchfab.com/models/32b9f0f45253485384d1e7e25422ee1b
3D scan generated by Lee Robert McStein