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Description: Deepdale Aqueduct
Date Listed: 17 June 1986
English Heritage Building ID: 111257
OS Grid Reference: NZ0458416731
OS Grid Coordinates: 404584, 516731
Latitude/Longitude: 54.5458, -1.9306
LARTINGTON LARTINGTON LANE
NZ 01 NW
16/90 Deepdale Aqueduct
Aqueduct/footbridge across the River Tees. Dated 1893. Built by Head,
Wrightson and Co., Engineers of Thornaby on Tees. Cast-iron bridge span and
columns, planked walkway and rock-faced stone end sections.
45-metre long, jointed span, with cross-braced sides, carried on 2 sets of squat
paired columns with moulded bases and dentilled capitals. Double walkway to
either side of encased water pipes. Similar end sections: 2 octagonal-plan
end piers with corbelled, chamfered caps, linked by a short flight of steps to
2 embattled, semi-octagonal towers flanking walkway.
This aqueduct straddles the parishes of Lartington and Barnard Castle and is
included for industrial interest as a large and elaborate example of its type.
Listing NGR: NZ0458416731
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Source: English Heritage
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