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Description: Chipping Hill Bridge
Date Listed: 7 February 1973
English Heritage Building ID: 113495
OS Grid Reference: TL8157715338
OS Grid Coordinates: 581577, 215338
Latitude/Longitude: 51.8072, 0.6324
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7/2/1973 (South side)
Chipping Hill Bridge
Bridge. Built 1770 by Charles Malyon and Samuel Humpherys, Witham bricklayers. Red brick with stone coping. A narrow bridge with 5 arches. On each side, a plain brick parapet wit stone coping projects above the arches, carried on a round brick overhang with a brick band above. Coping has an inscription carved by two soldiers during the First World War, privates Edwards and Baylis, who were range wardens in the 7th Royal Warwick Regiment. The inscription contains the arms of the regiment, their names and their function, several names of Warwickshire towns and the date 1/6 1915 within a shield.
Listing NGR: TL8157715338
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Source: English Heritage
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