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This is one of the main crossing places of the river Trent in Nottinghamshire, it is now a popular boating and angling center. It has several pubs and restaurants.
The new three span concrete bridge was opened by the Prince of Wales in 1927. This replaced an old iron bridge built in 1875 to replace a ferry. A previous royal visitor was Queen Boadicea who defeated the Roman Tenth Legion here in the 1st century AD!
The nearby Gunthorpe lock and weir, a few hundred yards downstream from the village were built in the 1920's. The lock is now automated. This part of the Trent is very popular with summer visitors and there are boat trips in the summer.
Tom Browns Restaurant at Gunthorpe is a busy riverside bistro style restaurant. Need to book at busy times. Lively atmosphere. It is really a restaurant. Included in the guide because of its location and reputation for food.
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