Last modified on 6 March 2014, at 17:30
English: Walton-on-Trent is a parish and village in the National Forest that is just within South Derbyshire. As its name implies it is an ancient crossing point of the River Trent. It was at this point that King Edward II crossed the river in pursuit of the disaffected barons including the Earl of Lancaster. Listed buildings in the parish include Catton Hall and Walton Hall.
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Media in category "Walton on Trent"
The following 19 files are in this category, out of 19 total.
- Blue Waters - geograph...
- Footpath to Homestall...
- Lines family sketchboo...
- A woody outcrop - geog...
- Bridge Over the Trent...
- Farmhouse at Borough H...
- Footpath to Walton on...
- The Old Hall - geograp...
- Unexpected deserted ho...