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List of crossings of the River Trent - Wikipedia

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This is a list of crossings of the River Trent, a major river flowing through the Midlands of England.

The table lists crossings that have been identified downstream from the River Sow confluence, the first major tributary on the river. Starting at Essex Bridge it includes ferries; road, rail, foot and pipe bridges found along the river to Trent Falls. Fords are only indicated where they predate a known crossing point. In Downstream (2008), author Tom Fort notes that over eighty historic crossings have been identified, most of which were fords or ferries. In The River Trent (2005), author Richard Stone stated that "there are around seventy bridges across the Trent". Each crossing has been marked with its river mileage with mile zero at Essex Bridge, reaching 140 miles (230 km) at Trent Falls.[3][4][5][6][7][8] Along the lower reaches, marker boards in kilometres show the distance from Nottingham.[8]

River Miles (km) Name Image From /To County

Coordinates Carries Date Ford Ferry Bridge Notes & refs 0

(0) Essex Bridge Great Haywood

Shugborough Hall Staffordshire

52°48′03″N 2°00′31″W / 52.80070°N 2.00860°W Bridleway Ford Packhorse Grade I Scheduled monument possibly 16th century 1

(1.6) Shugborough Viaduct Shugborough

Colwich Staffordshire

52°47′15″N 2°00′10″W / 52.78758°N 2.00281°W Trent Valley line Railway [11] 1.3

(2.1) Weetman's Bridge Little Haywood

Cannock Chase Staffordshire

52°47′04″N 1°59′45″W / 52.78449°N 1.99578°W Meadow Lane 1888 Ford Road Replaced earlier wooden bridge built in 1830. 2.3

(3.7) Wolseley Bridge Wolseley

Colwich Staffordshire

52°46′52″N 1°58′16″W / 52.781046°N 1.971018°W A51 1799 Road Grade II 4.1

(6.6) Rugeley Bypass bridge (north) Rugeley

Rugeley Staffordshire

52°46′32″N 1°56′42″W / 52.7755°N 1.9451°W A51 2007 Road Rugeley bypass.[13] 4.3

(6.9) Brindley Bank Aqueduct Rugeley

Rugeley Staffordshire

52°46′25″N 1°56′35″W / 52.77350°N 1.94318°W Trent and Mersey Canal Canal Aqueduct 5.2

(8.4) Rugeley Bypass bridge (east) Colton

Rugeley Staffordshire

52°46′03″N 1°55′54″W / 52.76760°N 1.93168°W A51 2007 Road Rugeley bypass.[13] 5.3

(8.5) Colton Mill Bridge Colton

Rugeley Staffordshire

52°46′04″N 1°55′46″W / 52.767778°N 1.929365°W Colton Rd 1800s Road Grade II bridge. 5.8

(9.3) Rugeley railway bridge Colton

Rugeley Staffordshire

52°45′50″N 1°55′32″W / 52.76378°N 1.92556°W Chase Line Railway 7.2

(11.6) Mavesyn Ridware railway bridge Mavesyn Ridware

Armitage Staffordshire

52°45′02″N 1°53′36″W / 52.75062°N 1.89326°W Trent Valley line Railway 7.7

(12.4) Mavesyn Ridware footbridge Mavesyn Ridware

Armitage Staffordshire

52°44′48″N 1°53′06″W / 52.74668°N 1.88487°W Footpath 1866 Pedestrian 8.5

(13.7) High Bridge (new) Mavesyn Ridware

Armitage Staffordshire

52°44′54″N 1°51′54″W / 52.74824°N 1.86513°W B5014 Road Modern span. 8.5

(13.7) High Bridge Mavesyn Ridware

Handsacre Staffordshire

52°44′54″N 1°51′55″W / 52.7484°N 1.86516°W Footpath 1830 Pedestrian Grade II*, modern span adjacent. 9.2

(14.8) Nethertown pipe bridge (north) Nethertown

Kings Bromley Staffordshire

52°45′19″N 1°50′26″W / 52.755402°N 1.840655°W Pipeline Pipe [3] 9.7

(15.6) Nethertown footbridge Nethertown

Kings Bromley Staffordshire

52°45′14″N 1°50′23″W / 52.75401°N 1.83968°W Footpath Pedestrian 9.8

(15.8) Nethertown pipe bridge (south) Nethertown

Kings Bromley Staffordshire

52°45′14″N 1°50′21″W / 52.75376°N 1.83908°W Pipeline Pipe [3] 11.2

(18.0) Kings Bromley footbridge Kings Bromley Staffordshire

52°45′08″N 1°49′21″W / 52.752101°N 1.822489°W Footpath Pedestrian [3] 12.8

(20.6) Yoxall Bridge Yoxall

Kings Bromley Staffordshire

52°45′26″N 1°48′26″W / 52.757305°N 1.807311°W Minor road Road Grade II, modern span adjacent. 12.8

(20.6) Yoxall Bridge (new) Yoxall

Kings Bromley Staffordshire

52°45′26″N 1°48′25″W / 52.75723°N 1.80703°W A515 1998 Road Modern span. 16.8

(27.0) Cotton Close mill bridge Alrewas Staffordshire

52°44′11″N 1°45′10″W / 52.73627°N 1.75285°W Access road Road Alrewas Mill.[3] 16.9

(27.2) Statfold Lane millstream bridge Wychnor

Alrewas Staffordshire

52°44′06″N 1°45′02″W / 52.73500°N 1.75049°W Farm track Road Bailey bridge, built by Transco in 1969.[15] 16.9

(27.2) Statfold Lane river bridge Wychnor

Alrewas Staffordshire

52°44′14″N 1°45′02″W / 52.73727°N 1.75057°W Farm track Road Bailey bridge, also built by Transco in 1969.[15] 17

(27) Alrewas footbridge Wychnor

Alrewas Staffordshire

52°44′16″N 1°44′49″W / 52.73771°N 1.74708°W Towpath Pedestrian Trent and Mersey Canal towpath. 17.9

(28.8) Wychnor Bridges Wychnor

Alrewas Staffordshire

52°44′23″N 1°43′49″W / 52.73968°N 1.73019°W A38 road Ford Road Dual carriageway bridges replaced earlier bridges. 18.6

(29.9) Catholme viaduct Wychnor

Alrewas Staffordshire

52°44′06″N 1°43′13″W / 52.73495°N 1.72030°W South Staffordshire line Railway 18.7

(30.1) Wichnor Viaduct Wychnor

Alrewas Staffordshire

52°44′02″N 1°43′05″W / 52.7339°N 1.71818°W Cross Country Route 1839 Railway 18.8

(30.3) Mythaholme Bridge Wychnor

Alrewas Staffordshire

52°44′01″N 1°43′04″W / 52.73363°N 1.71776°W Footpath 2004 Pedestrian Near National Memorial Arboretum. 21.3

(34.3) Walton Bridge Barton

Walton Staffordshire

Derbyshire

52°45′41″N 1°41′03″W / 52.7613°N 1.6843°W Station Lane 1974 Ford Ferry Road Bailey bridge. 24.7

(39.8) Drakelow Viaduct Branston

Drakelow Staffordshire

Derbyshire

52°47′12″N 1°38′18″W / 52.78668°N 1.63835°W Leicester line Railway Leicester Line bridge. 25.5

(41.0) Ferry Bridge Burton upon Trent

Stapenhill Staffordshire

52°47′40″N 1°37′34″W / 52.79457°N 1.626021°W Footpath Ford Ferry Pedestrian Grade II. 25.6

(41.2) St Peter's Bridge Burton upon Trent

Stapenhill Staffordshire

52°47′44″N 1°37′29″W / 52.79546°N 1.62485°W A5189 1985 Road 26.1

(42.0) Andresey Bridge Burton upon Trent

Andressey Island Staffordshire

52°48′08″N 1°37′37″W / 52.802111°N 1.627034°W Footpath Pedestrian Grade II bridge across Peel's Cut. 26.2

(42.2) Cattle Bridge Burton upon Trent

Andressey Island Staffordshire

52°48′09″N 1°37′31″W / 52.80259°N 1.62531°W Footpath Pedestrian Spans Peel's Cut.[22] 26.5

(42.6) Burton Bridge Burton upon Trent

Winshill Staffordshire

52°48′24″N 1°37′23″W / 52.80661°N 1.62309°W A511 Road Left Channel. 27

(43) Wetmore footbridge (south) Burton upon Trent Staffordshire

52°48′37″N 1°37′27″W / 52.810289°N 1.624164°W Footpath Pedestrian Left Channel.[4] 27.3

(43.9) Wetmore pipe bridge Burton upon Trent Staffordshire

52°48′51″N 1°37′24″W / 52.81411°N 1.62320°W Pipeline Pipe Left Channel.[4] 27.6

(44.4) Wetmore footbridge (north) Burton upon Trent Staffordshire

52°49′02″N 1°37′18″W / 52.81716°N 1.62153°W Footpath Pedestrian Left Channel.[4] 27.4

(44.1) Burton Flour Mills bridge Winshill Staffordshire

52°48′49″N 1°36′41″W / 52.813498°N 1.611522°W Access road Road Millstream. 27.5

(44.3) Winshill pipe bridge Winshill Staffordshire

52°48′57″N 1°36′37″W / 52.81581°N 1.61034°W Pipeline Pipe Right Channel.[4] 30.4

(48.9) Newton Solney pipe bridge Egginton

Newton Solney Derbyshire

52°50′12″N 1°34′47″W / 52.83676°N 1.57961°W Pipeline Pipe Water pipeline. 31.9

(51.3) Willington Bridge Willington

Repton Derbyshire

52°50′53″N 1°33′41″W / 52.84794888°N 1.561398215°W B5008 1839 Ford Ferry Road Previously ferry and ford. 34

(55) Twyford Ferry Twyford

Milton Derbyshire

52°51′09″N 1°31′00″W / 52.85257°N 1.51675°W Ford Ferry 38.5

(62.0) Swarkestone Bridge Swarkestone

Stanton by Bridge Derbyshire

52°51′10″N 1°27′13″W / 52.85288°N 1.45356°W A514 Road Grade I, Scheduled Monument, first mentioned in 1204. 40.2

(64.7) Weston-on-Trent viaduct Weston-on-Trent

Kings Newton Derbyshire

52°50′37″N 1°25′26″W / 52.843712°N 1.423869°W Cloud Trail 1867 Pedestrian Previously a rail bridge. 40.5

(65.2) Weston Cliff Ferry Weston-on-Trent

Kings Newton Derbyshire

52°50′28″N 1°25′08″W / 52.8412°N 1.4188°W Ferry 42.7

(68.7) King's Mill Ferry Weston-on-Trent

King's Mill Derbys

Leics

52°50′40″N 1°22′58″W / 52.84455°N 1.38290°W Ford Ferry 43.6

(70.2) Castle Donington railway viaduct Weston-on-Trent

Castle Donington Derbys

Leics

52°51′06″N 1°21′56″W / 52.85158°N 1.36553°W Castle Donington line Railway [5] 45

(72) A50 Trent Bridge Shardlow

Cavendish Bridge Derbys

Leics

52°51′40″N 1°20′52″W / 52.86101°N 1.34765°W A50 1997 Road [5] 46.1

(74.2) Cavendish Bridge Shardlow

Cavendish Bridge Derbys

Leics

52°51′54″N 1°20′14″W / 52.86502°N 1.33722°W B5010 1956 Ford Ferry Road Wilden Ferry. 47.3

(76.1) Long Horse Bridge Shardlow

Hemington Derbys

Leics

52°52′16″N 1°19′09″W / 52.87114°N 1.31918°W Towpath 2011 Pedestrian 47.5

(76.4) Sawley Aqueduct Sawley

Hemington Derbys

Leics

52°52′24″N 1°18′53″W / 52.87337°N 1.31464°W Derwent Valley Aqueduct 1909 Pipe 47.7

(76.8) M1 Trent viaduct Sawley

Hemington Derbys

Leics

52°52′24″N 1°18′33″W / 52.87342°N 1.30909°W M1 1967 Road 48.2

(77.6) Harrington Bridge Sawley

Hemington Derbys

Leics

52°52′31″N 1°18′04″W / 52.8754°N 1.3012°W B6540 1790 Ford Ferry Road Grade II bridge, replaced Sawley Ferry. 48.6

(78.2) Sawley railway viaduct Long Eaton

Hemington Derbys

Leics

52°52′22″N 1°17′26″W / 52.87276°N 1.29065°W Castle Donington line Railway 49.4

(79.5) Trent Lock Scout Ferry Trent Lock

Scout Activity Centre Derbys

Leics

52°52′32″N 1°16′31″W / 52.87557°N 1.27536°W 1975 Ferry Scout Activity Centre ferry.[31] 49.5

(79.7) Trent Lock Ferry Trent Lock

Ratcliffe-on-Soar Derbys

Notts

52°52′30″N 1°16′16″W / 52.87489°N 1.27115°W Ferry Horse and passenger ferry. 49.8

(80.1) Redhill Viaducts Long Eaton

Thrumpton Derbys

Notts

52°52′25″N 1°15′58″W / 52.8735°N 1.26617°W Midland Main Line 1893 Railway Trent Viaducts. 49.9

(80.3) Thrumpton Ferry Long Eaton

Thrumpton Derbys

Notts

52°52′45″N 1°14′33″W / 52.87914°N 1.24255°W Ferry 52

(84) Barton Ferry Attenborough

Barton in Fabis Nottinghamshire

52°53′43″N 1°13′46″W / 52.89539°N 1.22949°W Ferry Operated until 1960s. 56.5

(90.9) Clifton Bridge Nottingham

Clifton Nottinghamshire

52°55′30″N 1°09′57″W / 52.9251°N 1.1658°W A52 1958 Road 57.5

(92.5) Wilford Toll Bridge The Meadows

Wilford Nottinghamshire

52°56′16″N 1°09′17″W / 52.9377°N 1.1546°W Nottingham Express Transit 1870 Ferry Railway Wilford Ferry. 58.3

(93.8) Wilford Suspension Bridge The Meadows

West Bridgford Nottinghamshire

52°56′00″N 1°08′21″W / 52.9332°N 1.1393°W Footpath 1906 Pedestrian Footpath and pipelines 58.6

(94.3) Trent Bridge, Nottingham Nottingham

West Bridgford Nottinghamshire

52°56′17″N 1°08′10″W / 52.938°N 1.136°W A60 1871 Road The current bridge is the last in a series of bridges at this important crossing point. A bridge was first mentioned in 924. 58.8

(94.6) Navigation Bridge Nottingham

West Bridgford Nottinghamshire

52°56′25″N 1°08′06″W / 52.9403°N 1.1350°W Towpath Pedestrian Former horse bridge - damaged by the 1875 flood and subsequently demolished. 58.9

(94.8) Lady Bay Bridge Nottingham

West Bridgford Nottinghamshire

52°56′34″N 1°07′54″W / 52.94283°N 1.13162°W A6011 1878 Road Previously a rail bridge. 60.5

(97.4) Holme Sluices Colwick

Holme Pierrepont Nottinghamshire

52°56′53″N 1°05′17″W / 52.94793°N 1.08799°W Access 1952 Sluices Private bridge. 62.7

(100.9) Rectory Junction Viaduct Netherfield

Radcliffe-on-Trent Nottinghamshire

52°57′04″N 1°03′15″W / 52.95116°N 1.054154°W Nottingham-Grantham line 1850 Railway Radcliffe Viaduct. 63.5

(102.2) Radcliffe Ferry Stoke Bardolph

Radcliffe-on-Trent Nottinghamshire

52°57′05″N 1°02′29″W / 52.95133°N 1.04139°W Ferry 64.2

(103.3) Stoke Bardolph Ferry Stoke Bardolph

Shelford Nottinghamshire

52°58′22″N 1°02′12″W / 52.97276°N 1.03664°W Ferry 67.5

(108.6) Gunthorpe Bridge Gunthorpe

East Bridgford Nottinghamshire

52°59′10″N 0°59′15″W / 52.9862°N 0.9874°W A6097 1925 Ford Ferry Road Earlier ford and ferry. 71

(114) Hoveringham Ferry Hoveringham

Kneeton Nottinghamshire

53°00′35″N 0°57′06″W / 53.00971°N 0.95174°W Ferry 73.2

(117.8) Hazelford Ferry Hazelford Ferry

Elston Nottinghamshire

53°01′57″N 0°55′03″W / 53.0324°N 0.9175°W Ferry 75.5

(121.5) Fiskerton Ferry Fiskerton

East Stoke Nottinghamshire

53°03′05″N 0°54′05″W / 53.05152°N 0.90149°W Ferry 78.5

(126.3) Farndon Ferry Farndon

Farndon Nottinghamshire

53°03′40″N 0°51′22″W / 53.06114°N 0.85604°W Ferry 79.5

(127.9) Averham Viaduct Staythorpe

Newark-on-Trent Nottinghamshire

53°04′35″N 0°51′02″W / 53.07649°N 0.85048°W Nottingham-Lincoln line Railway Kelham Arm 80.9

(130.2) Kelham Bridge Kelham

Newark-on-Trent Nottinghamshire

53°05′33″N 0°50′34″W / 53.09244947°N 0.842654209°W A617 1857 Road Kelham Arm 82

(132) Muskham Bridge South Muskham

Newark-on-Trent Nottinghamshire

53°05′52″N 0°49′31″W / 53.09775°N 0.82521°W A616/Great North Road 1922 Road Kelham Arm[45] 82

(132) Smeaton's Arches South Muskham

Newark-on-Trent Nottinghamshire

53°05′24″N 0°49′15″W / 53.0901°N 0.82092°W A616/Great North Road 1772 Road Causeway links Muskham Bridge and Trent Bridge, Newark. 82.7

(133.1) Muskham Viaduct South Muskham

Newark-on-Trent Nottinghamshire

53°05′51″N 0°48′32″W / 53.0976°N 0.8088°W East Coast Main Line Railway Kelham Arm 80.4

(129.4) A46 Newark bypass, Farndon Newark-on-Trent

Farndon Nottinghamshire

53°04′02″N 0°50′09″W / 53.06717°N 0.83584°W A46 road 1992 Road 81.2

(130.7) Longstone Bridge Newark-on-Trent Nottinghamshire

53°04′28″N 0°49′07″W / 53.07445°N 0.818642°W Towpath 1819 Pedestrian 81.3

(130.8) Mill Bridge Newark-on-Trent Nottinghamshire

53°04′29″N 0°49′02″W / 53.0748°N 0.81732°W Mill Lane 1952 Road 81.4

(131.0) Backwater Bridge, Newark-on-Trent Newark-on-Trent Nottinghamshire

53°04′37″N 0°48′52″W / 53.07695°N 0.81458°W Towpath 1952 Pedestrian 81.6

(131.3) Trent Bridge, Newark Newark-on-Trent Nottinghamshire

53°04′43″N 0°48′46″W / 53.078544°N 0.812663°W Great North Road 1775 Road 81.8

(131.6) Jubilee Bridge Newark-on-Trent Nottinghamshire

53°04′53″N 0°48′32″W / 53.08141°N 0.80876°W Footpath 2002 Pedestrian 82.2

(132.3) Fiddler's Elbow Bridge Newark-on-Trent Nottinghamshire

53°05′14″N 0°48′17″W / 53.0872°N 0.804855°W Towpath 1915 Pedestrian 82.3

(132.4) A46 Nether Lock Viaduct Newark-on-Trent Nottinghamshire

53°05′20″N 0°48′17″W / 53.089°N 0.80481°W A46 road 1992 Road 82.4

(132.6) Midland Railway Viaduct Newark-on-Trent Nottinghamshire

53°05′20″N 0°48′22″W / 53.08902°N 0.80609°W Nottingham-Lincoln line 1846 Railway 82.6

(132.9) Newark Dyke Bridge North Muskham

Newark-on-Trent Nottinghamshire

53°05′34″N 0°48′22″W / 53.09279°N 0.80606°W East Coast Main Line 2000 Railway 83.1

(133.7) Winthorpe Bridge North Muskham

Winthorpe Nottinghamshire

53°06′06″N 0°47′55″W / 53.10164°N 0.7986°W A1 1964 Road Grade II listed. 86.2

(138.7) Muskham Ferry North Muskham

Holme Nottinghamshire

53°07′14″N 0°48′29″W / 53.12058°N 0.80803°W Ford Ferry Operated until the 1940s. 87

(140) Cromwell Lock Cromwell Nottinghamshire

53°08′29″N 0°47′33″W / 53.14137°N 0.79248°W Tidal limit. 90.6

(145.8) Carlton on Trent Ferry Carlton-on-Trent

Collingham Nottinghamshire

53°10′06″N 0°48′02″W / 53.16824°N 0.80068°W Ferry 92.6

(149.0) Meering Ferry Sutton-on-Trent

Meering Nottinghamshire

53°10′42″N 0°47′11″W / 53.17846°N 0.78626°W Ferry 96.6

(155.5) Marnham Ferry High Marnham

South Clifton Nottinghamshire

53°13′27″N 0°46′59″W / 53.22416°N 0.78318°W Ferry 96.9

(155.9) Fledborough Viaduct Fledborough

North Clifton Nottinghamshire

53°14′07″N 0°46′44″W / 53.2353°N 0.77875°W Footpath 1897 Pedestrian Former rail bridge. 97

(156) Fledborough Ferry Fledborough

North Clifton Nottinghamshire

53°14′28″N 0°46′41″W / 53.24108°N 0.77818°W Ferry 99

(159) Dunham Bridge Dunham

Newton on Trent Nottinghamshire

Lincolnshire

53°15′39″N 0°46′23″W / 53.2608°N 0.773°W A57 1832 Ferry Road Previously a ferry. 99

(159) Dunham pipe bridge Dunham

Newton on Trent Nottinghamshire

Lincolnshire

53°15′37″N 0°46′23″W / 53.2602°N 0.77312°W Pipeline 1912 Pipe 101.4

(163.2) Laneham Ferry Laneham

Laughterton Nottinghamshire

Lincolnshire

53°16′53″N 0°46′37″W / 53.2815°N 0.7770°W Ferry Closed in 1922. 103.6

(166.7) Torksey Ferry Rampton

Torksey Nottinghamshire

Lincolnshire

53°18′00″N 0°44′56″W / 53.3000°N 0.7489°W Ferry 103.7

(166.9) Torksey Viaduct Cottam

Torksey Nottinghamshire

Lincolnshire

53°18′11″N 0°44′53″W / 53.303°N 0.74819°W Footpath 1849 Railway Grade II*, disused railway bridge. 107.3

(172.7) Littleborough Ferry Littleborough

Marton Nottinghamshire

Lincolnshire

53°19′58″N 0°45′42″W / 53.33283°N 0.76156°W Ford Ferry Probable Roman ford at Segelocum. 110.7

(178.2) Bole Ferry Bole

Lea Nottinghamshire

Lincolnshire

53°22′08″N 0°47′26″W / 53.36887°N 0.79058°W Ferry 112.2

(180.6) Gainsborough Trent Junction railway bridge Bole

Gainsborough Nottinghamshire

Lincolnshire

53°23′02″N 0°47′04″W / 53.38387°N 0.78439°W Railway 1849 Railway Rebuilt with new spans in 1992.[57][8] 113.5

(182.7) Trent Bridge, Gainsborough Beckingham

Gainsborough Nottinghamshire

Lincolnshire

53°23′32″N 0°46′36″W / 53.3922°N 0.7766°W A631 1791 Ferry Road Grade II, earlier ferry and ford. 116.7

(187.8) Walkerith Ferry Walkeringham

Walkerith Nottinghamshire

Lincolnshire

53°25′34″N 0°49′03″W / 53.4261°N 0.8175°W Ferry 117.5

(189.1) Stockwith Ferry West Stockwith

East Stockwith Nottinghamshire

Lincolnshire

53°26′34″N 0°48′48″W / 53.44267°N 0.81327°W Ferry Ceased around 1953. 121.7

(195.9) Owston Ferry Owston Ferry

East Ferry Lincolnshire

53°29′25″N 0°46′30″W / 53.49020°N 0.77490°W Ferry Ceased around 1951. 126.6

(203.7) Butterwick Ferry West Butterwick

East Butterwick Lincolnshire

53°32′27″N 0°44′24″W / 53.54087°N 0.73987°W Ferry 127.1

(204.5) M180 Trent Bridge West Butterwick

Burringham Lincolnshire

53°33′25″N 0°44′46″W / 53.55686°N 0.74623°W M180 1979 Road 129

(208) Althorpe Ferry Althorpe

Burringham Lincolnshire

53°34′35″N 0°44′18″W / 53.57652°N 0.73820°W Ferry 130

(210) Keadby Bridge Keadby

Gunness Lincolnshire

53°35′09″N 0°43′52″W / 53.5857°N 0.7311°W A18

South Humberside Main Line 1916 Road

Railway Grade II Bascule bridge King George V Bridge. 134.5

(216.5) Amcotts Ferry Amcotts

Flixborough Lincolnshire

53°37′04″N 0°42′06″W / 53.61768°N 0.70171°W Ferry [61] 136.6

(219.8) Garthorpe Ferry Garthorpe

Burton upon Stather Lincolnshire

53°39′23″N 0°41′41″W / 53.65637°N 0.69460°W Ferry Also known as Burton Stather Ferry. 140

(230) Trent Falls Ousefleet

Alkborough 53°41′50″N 0°41′45″W / 53.6972°N 0.6957°W Mouth of the Trent.