National Geographic : 1929 May
......... a I r1. i Photograph from Christopher Marlowe THE STREAM IS GONE, BUT THE BRIDGE REMAINS Once Welland's waters flowed beneath the triangular bridge at Crowland. Now a street passes underit,and roads from theeast, thesouthwest, and the northwest converge at its center. On the bridge is a weatherworn statue. Some take this to be theSavior, others theVirgin Mary, while the townsfolk are virtually unanimous in declaring it to represent St. Guthlac (see, also, text, page 613).