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Description: Wickham Bridge
Date Listed: 7 February 1952
English Heritage Building ID: 146257
OS Grid Reference: SU5743111482
OS Grid Coordinates: 457431, 111482
Latitude/Longitude: 50.9000, -1.1847
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WICKHAM BRIDGE STREET
10/39 Wickham Bridge
Roadbridge across the River Meon. 1792. Red brick walls in English bond, slightly
pointed small archways, stone-weathered parapet, raised by curves in the centre
above a stone plaque, inscribed BUILT By Subscription 1792. The long bridge
stretches across four low arches, the western two (close together) being outlets
from the Chesapeake Mill, the centre on the natural line of the river, and the
eastern a tributary joining the main stream immediately below the bridge; all
these arms meet at a point south of the middle arch. The south wall is the
original part, turning at an angle at each end, and ending with a pier at the east
Listing NGR: SU5734511495
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Source: English Heritage
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