Workhouse bridge in Stone, so named after it’s proximity to the workhouse, was renamed ‘Christina’ in memory of Christina Collins who was raped and murdered by the crew of a fly boat she was travelling on in 1839. Her body was found in the canal by the ‘Bloody Steps’ in Rugeley. There is a sculpture on the other side of the canal. (pictured below)
There are those that would say you can see the ghost of Christina on a moonless night, but I think that is wishful thinking given that she travelled at least four locks from here before she was killed.