ANNIE LEE BRIDGE ONE OF TWELVE FOLLIES IN ST ANNE'S PARK 15 AUGUST 2022
The first folly to be built was the Annie Lee Bridge, near the chestnut walk, which commemorated the birth of Benjamin Lee Guinness’s daughter in 1837. The rest followed during the 1850’s and 1860’s. Most of the follies follow the course of the Naniken River which runs through the park, the rest can be found along an oak-lined avenue.
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