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Description: Stony Weir
Date Listed: 18 August 1983
English Heritage Building ID: 108849
OS Grid Reference: SY8517887080
OS Grid Coordinates: 385178, 87080
Latitude/Longitude: 50.6832, -2.2111
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Stony Weir (That part
in the Parish of
Date uncertain, but described as "The Old Stony Weir" in a C17 document. (DCRO)
Note. Part in East Stoke Parish. Stone weir at the junction of the River Frome
with the mill stream - apparently constructed to control flow of water to Bindon
Mill (q.v.). Stone structure with nine pointed arches. Extended cutwaters on lower
side. On upper side, remains of cutwaters below water level - also remains of stone
paving on river bed. Water now retained at upper level by halved concrete pipes.
Listing NGR: SY8517887080
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Source: English Heritage
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