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Description: Former Road Bridge on Dismantled Railway
Date Listed: 27 February 1986
English Heritage Building ID: 129569
OS Grid Reference: SU0635896270
OS Grid Coordinates: 406358, 196270
Latitude/Longitude: 51.6652, -1.9095
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SOUTH CERNEY SPINE ROAD
SU 09 NE
9/268 Former road bridge on
Former road bridge on dismantled Midland and South-West Junction
Railway, by-passed by Spine Road to east. Line opened 1870s, from
Cheltenham to Andover via Swindon. Red brick with blue brick
coping. Total length about 60m with 10 splayed arches rising in
gentle curve with transverse supporting walls pierced by 2 round-
headed and round-based hollow arches forming view from end to end.
Total width about 5 or 6m. Four projecting courses of brick run
above the 4 courses which form the "voussoirs". Piers at south end
only. This remains an important landscape element as well as
being a historic reminder of the former railway line.
Listing NGR: SU0635896270
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Source: English Heritage
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