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Description: Leintwardine Bridge
Date Listed: 19 February 1987
English Heritage Building ID: 149520
OS Grid Reference: SO4041873825
OS Grid Coordinates: 340418, 273825
Latitude/Longitude: 52.3592, -2.8763
SO 4073-4173 LEINTWARDINE CP -
11/54 Leintwardine Bridge
Road bridge over River Teme. Probably C18 and C19, widened in 1930.
Roughly squared sandstone rubble with sandstone dressings. Aligned roughly
north/south. Five segmental arches stepped up to the middle, each with
dressed voussoirs and dropped keystone above which is a string course.
A sixth flood arch to the south has three order segmental head, the outer
order with a roll moulding on the west side. Four cutwaters to each side.
Plain parapets with dressed copings curve off the bridge to north-east,
north-west and south-east. Two refuges inside west parapet. Plaque on
east parapet indicates that the bridge was widened by 12 feet in 1930. Another
plaque is inscribed:
Listing NGR: SO4041873825
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Source: English Heritage
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