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Description: Eastham Bridge
Date Listed: 6 October 1952
English Heritage Building ID: 149222
OS Grid Reference: SO6591669061
OS Grid Coordinates: 365916, 269061
Latitude/Longitude: 52.3186, -2.5014
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EASTHAM CP -
SO 66 NE
5/29 Eastham Bridge
(that part in Eastham CP,
formerly listed only in
6.10.52 Eastham CP)
Road bridge over the River Teme. 1793 with mid- to late C19 repairs.
Part red brick, part red and blue brick with sandstone ashlar dressings.
Three elliptical arches of irregular size, the central one is larger than
the outer two; the central and north arch have stone keyblocks; two circular
flood outlets in central spandrels and short angled buttresses to central
piers; two-course band beneath parapet which is splayed at both ends and
terminated by square piers with pyramidal capping. The bridge was
originally in private ownership and a toll was charged for crossing it;
in 1908 it was bought by the County Council and freed from toll. (VCH 4,
p 265; BoE, p 140). [See also under Lindridge CP].
Listing NGR: SO6591669061
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Source: English Heritage
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