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Description: Holt Fleet Bridge (That Part in Wychavon District)
Date Listed: 21 March 1985
English Heritage Building ID: 148007
OS Grid Reference: SO8243463367
OS Grid Coordinates: 382434, 263367
Latitude/Longitude: 52.2682, -2.2588
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SO 86 SW OMBERSLEY CP HOLT FLEET
3/112 Holt Fleet Bridge (that
part in Wychavon District)
Bridge. 1828 by Thomas Telford, widened in 1928. Coursed sandstone rubble,
sandstone ashlar, concrete and cast iron. Single span on small cross frame-
work with large cross framework in spandrels. Sandstone abutments have three
battered buttresses each side with flood archways between, and each buttress
has a square-sectioned concrete pier above with ridged capping. Abutments
terminate in angled wall which sweeps down and out from roadway and is stopped
by square pier with pyramidal capping. Cast iron railings with dog-rails run
full length of bridge, interrupted by concrete piers at ends.
Listing NGR: SO8243463367
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Source: English Heritage
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