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Description: Tuckenhay Bridge
Date Listed: 26 April 1993
English Heritage Building ID: 100969
OS Grid Reference: SX8182956045
OS Grid Coordinates: 281829, 56045
Latitude/Longitude: 50.3924, -3.6638
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6/60 Tuckenhay Bridge
Road bridge over a stream known as River Wash. Probably C17 widened in circa
early to mid C19. Stone rubble.
The old bridge on the south upstream side has a single span segmented arch of
finely dressed and chamfered slate voussoirs springing from slate imposts.
The parapet and the abutment to the east seem to have been rebuilt when the
bridge was widened in early to mid C19 on the north downstream side. This
side has a segmented arch with dressed limestone voussoirs springing from
The stone rubble parapets have roughly dressed stone coping and are swept out
at the west end; the north parapet continues about 15 metres to the north
Tuckenhay bridge is not mentioned in Henderson's and Jervoise's 'Old Devon
Listing NGR: SX8182956045
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Source: English Heritage
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