Celebration marks re-opening of Rochdale medieval bridge
A celebration has marked the re-opening of a medieval bridge that was hidden from view for more than a century.
Dancers and performers, including "the singing jeweller" put on a show in Rochdale for visitors to the newly revealed crossing over the River Roch.
Built in the 14th Century and concreted over in 1904 when the tram network expanded, the historic bridge has re-opened to pedestrians after a £5m project.
25 Jun 2016
- From the section Manchester