TRAVEL & PLACE | The Rennie bridge, Stoneleigh Abbey.

Apparently this bridge, designed by Scottish engineer John Rennie (1761-1821) and built over the river Avon west of Stoneleigh Abbey, Warwickshire England, is a possible site to the murder of a number workmen around 1812-1815 – within the lifetime of Jane Austen, who was Austen’s relative Chandos, first Lord Leigh of the second creation (1791-1850), a Romantic poet and Whig essayist, he was charged with two of the murders.

The Rennie bridge, Stoneleigh Abbey.

The Rennie bridge, Stoneleigh Abbey.

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