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Description: Buckhurst Bridge (Located at Tq 836 404)
Date Listed: 22 June 1989
English Heritage Building ID: 169364
OS Grid Reference: TQ8355440424
OS Grid Coordinates: 583554, 140424
Latitude/Longitude: 51.1337, 0.6222
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FRITTENDEN BUCKHURST ROAD
TQ 84 SW
3/15 Buckhurst Bridge (located
at TQ 836 404)
Early C19 and earlier. Red brick and sandstone. Two round brick arches span the
stream, that to the west (on the Frittenden bank) with sandstone blocks at the base
of the arch, and with brickwork partly in English Bond. Secondary overflow culvert
also on west bank. Offset brick cut-water on upstream (southern) face. Parapets
about 3½ feet high, part rendered with iron ties on outer face, the terminal piers
splayed outwards slightly. Some remains of stone revetment to stream banks,
especially downstream. The Hammer stream here forms the boundary between Frittenden
and Biddenden civil parishes; this bridge is partly in the latter parish.
Listing NGR: TQ8155641210
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Source: English Heritage
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