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Description: Bridge on Former Crowle Belton Road over Hatfield Waste Drain
Date Listed: 10 September 1987
English Heritage Building ID: 165091
OS Grid Reference: SE7821310522
OS Grid Coordinates: 478213, 410522
Latitude/Longitude: 53.5855, -0.8200
SE 71 SE CROWLE A 18
3/36 Bridge on former Crowle-
Belton road over Hatfield
Road bridge. Late C18 - early C19, with railings of c1986. Tooled
sandstone ashlar with steel railings. Single span, single-carriageway
width, with north-west abutment splayed out to roadway entrance. Segmental
arch, band, coped square piers and adjoining sections of mutilated parapet,
largely replaced by railings. Forms one of a pair with the bridge over the
North Engine Drain approximately 15 metres to the north (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 Superceded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 the east. This bridge is also in Belton parish.
Listing NGR: SE7821310522
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Source: English Heritage
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