Hic Bibi Culvert, Coppull

October 2014 - Explored with ViralEye and Kenni

A short brick and stone culvert carrying the Hic Bibi brook beneath the west coast main line. It is said to be where Oliver Cromwell refreshed himself when advancing south after the battle of Preston in 1648. A stone inscribed "Hic Bibi" ("Here I Drink") marks the site.

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