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Description: Road Bridge, 15 Metres South of the Former Sedgefield Railway Station
Date Listed: 24 February 1986
English Heritage Building ID: 112117
OS Grid Reference: NZ3303128398
OS Grid Coordinates: 433031, 528398
Latitude/Longitude: 54.6496, -1.4896
NZ 32 NW 33052840 BRADBURY AND THE ISLE STATION ROAD
6/6 Road Bridge, 15 metres
south of the former
Sedgefield Railway Station
Road bridge across 2 tracks of the former City of Durham branch of the Clarence
Railway. Circa 1833. Light-red brick in English garden wall bond and stone
bands. Identical and symmetrical, tripartite north and south faces. central
elliptical tunnel arch, in 4 rows of header bond, has stone impost bands and
keystone. Flanking battered piers and concave-plan side walls with square end
piers. Parapet, defined by band and chamfered coping, breaks forward over piers
and curves downwards over end sections.
Listing NGR: NZ3303128398
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Source: English Heritage
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