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Description: Brewardine Bridge (That Part in the Parish of Bredwardine)
Date Listed: 29 September 1952
English Heritage Building ID: 153621
OS Grid Reference: SO3367344727
OS Grid Coordinates: 333673, 244727
Latitude/Longitude: 52.0969, -2.9696
SOUTH HEREFORDSHIRE 5147
SO 34 SW BREDWARDINE CP
6/1 Bredwardine Bridge (that
part in the parish of
Bridge. 1762 - 1764, restored 1921. Brick with some stone dressings. Six
arches, that at each end on dry ground; segmental brick arches with labels
and stone keystones below dentilled cornice and stone coped parapet which
slopes up from west end, then flattens out over second arch. The triangular
cutwaters to left and right of the 2 central arches are taken up to the
parapet and form pedestrian refuges. The road surface is tarmac with brick
drainage channels. The boundary runs down the centre of the river. K R Clew
1980, Kilvert's Bredwardine, page 9.
Listing NGR: SO3367344727
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Source: English Heritage
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