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Description: Balustrade Between Rochester Bridge and Rochester Pier
Date Listed: 24 October 1950
English Heritage Building ID: 172967
OS Grid Reference: TQ7408868693
OS Grid Coordinates: 574088, 168693
Latitude/Longitude: 51.3906, 0.5008
7/36 Balustrade between
24.10.50 and Rochester Pier
Balustrade between River Medway and Esplanade. Erected 1914 re-
using parts of Lewis Cubitt's bridge of 1856 which was demolished
to make way for the present road bridge (qv). Bulbous limestone
balusters with coping and plinth. Large panelled plinth carries
a lamp on tall fluted column (similar to those on the 1914
bridge). The pier end terminates with a pair of low panelled
piers with fluted columns (but no lamps).
Listing NGR: TQ7408868693
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Source: English Heritage
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