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Description: Severn Bridge Including Flanking Arches and Balustrade
Date Listed: 22 April 1950
English Heritage Building ID: 156638
OS Grid Reference: SO7873875444
OS Grid Coordinates: 378738, 275444
Latitude/Longitude: 52.3766, -2.3137
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SO 7875 SE BEWDLEY CP -
13/1 Severn Bridge including
flanking arches and
Bridge. 1798 by Thomas Telford. Ashlar and cast iron. Three arches over
river, two towpath arches on south bank, 14 arches on north bank extending
about 50 metres to south-east; balustrades on river part of stone, cast
iron on land. South front: three segmental arches with rusticated voussoirs,
triangular cutwaters with pyramidal caps, above which pilasters rise to the
moulded cornice below the balustrade which has bulbous balusters; central
pedimented tablet in balustrade bearing the arms of Bewdley (VCH 4, p 298;
L S Snell n.d. Essays towards a history of Bewdley, Birmingham pp 82 - 88;
BoE p 85; H Colvin, 1978, A biographical dictionary of British architects
1600 - 1840, London p 821).
Listing NGR: SO7873875444
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Source: English Heritage
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