St. Albans (6), Hertfordshire, England
St. Michael's Street leads down to Kingsbury Watermill which is by the hump backed bridge seen at the bottom of the hill.
Kingsbury Watermill at the lower end of St. Michael's Street.
This building dates from the 16th Century and is a beautifully restored working watermill turned by the waters of the River Ver. It is open to the public.
The little hump-back bridge by Kingsbury Watermill.
This view is looking across what used to be the ford through the River Ver before the 'modern' bridge was built in the 1700s.