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Description: Stone Bridge
Date Listed: 27 September 1984
English Heritage Building ID: 184701
OS Grid Reference: SD6785922971
OS Grid Coordinates: 367859, 422971
Latitude/Longitude: 53.7022, -2.4883
SD 62 SE DARWEN SUNNYHURST WOOD
SD 678 279
4/28 Stone Bridge
Small stone bridge, dated 1903. Sandstone blocks. Medieval
style: stilted Tudor arch with dripcourse carried over the head,
flanked by dry cutwaters continued as refuges in parapet wall, which
has roll-moulded and weathered coping and splayed outer ends. Two
inlaid stone tablets, the major, on the outer face of the north-east
refuge, with stylised lettering in relief stating that to celebrate
the coronation of King Edward VII a sum of £2,737 was raised by public
subscription to acquire the wood for the use and enjoyment of the
inhabitants of the Borough for ever.
Listing NGR: SD6785922971
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Source: English Heritage
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