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Description: Bridge, Fountain and Pool Stonework at Swithland Water Works
Date Listed: 15 March 1984
English Heritage Building ID: 189239
OS Grid Reference: SK5547014894
OS Grid Coordinates: 455470, 314894
Latitude/Longitude: 52.7289, -1.1800
WOODHOUSE KINCHLEY LANE (West side)
SK 51 SE
Bridge, fountain and pool
stonework at Swithland
Reservoir Water Works
Bridge, excess fountain and pool stonework of 1896. By Hawkesley of London.
Granite rubble stone and dressed stone. These items lie to N.W. of filter
beds and tank (listed separately) and form part of grand formal layout.
Bridge (placed on cross-axis of tank) crosses stone lined stream and has
single depressed arch of dressed stone and sides of granite. 2 quoined
piers are carried up to bridge piers with carved obslisks on top. These
and low bridge approach piers are joined by Renaissance style balustrading
of a row of small arches of rusticated stone work the same as on tank.
Close by is a small excess fountain with octagonal basin: blue brick
interior with stone coping and metal fountain. 2 stepped overflow
channels. To N.E. the partly curved pond stonework with small sluices.
Complex stands in parklike setting with choice trees and shrubs. Group
value with the other items at Swithland Reservoir Water Works.
Listing NGR: SK5547014894
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Source: English Heritage
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