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Description: Bridge on Former Crowle Belton Road over North Engine Drain
Date Listed: 10 September 1987
English Heritage Building ID: 165090
OS Grid Reference: SE7822210543
OS Grid Coordinates: 478222, 410543
Latitude/Longitude: 53.5857, -0.8198
SE 71 SE CROWLE A 18
3/35 Bridge on former Crowle-
Belton road over North
Road bridge. Late C18 - early C19. Tooled sandstone ashlar. Single span,
single-carriageway width, with north-east and south-west abutments splayed
out to roadway entrances. Segmental arch, band, coped parapet between
square end piers. South east pier and section of parapet partly rebuilt in
rendered brick. Forms one of a pair with the bridge over Hatfield Waste
Drain approximately 15 metres to the south (qv). The Double Rivers were cut
in Vermuyden's drainage scheme of 1626-45. A pair of bridges are shown in
this position on late C18 - early C19 maps. Superceded c1930 by bridges to
Listing NGR: SE7822210543
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Source: English Heritage
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