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Description: Bridge and Sluices
Date Listed: 31 October 1983
English Heritage Building ID: 197935
OS Grid Reference: TF3680409378
OS Grid Coordinates: 536804, 309378
Latitude/Longitude: 52.6649, 0.0215
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SUTTON ST. EDMUND CLOUGHS CROSS
TF 30 NE
10/89 Bridge and Sluices
Bridge and sluice gates, now removed, at confluence of New South
Eau Drain and North Level Drain. Dated 1833 on plaque to
parapet. Mostly red brick. Bridge of four spans and three
cutwaters. Eliptical arches with raised key blocks and parapet
with stone coping and end and intermediate spur stones. On the
west side, there is an opening in the parapet for a roadway to a
store and workshop associated with the North Level Drain. The
south east portion of the bridge and sluice gates are in
Cambrigeshire, the parish of Parson Drove, item 9/61. Alderton
and Booker: Batsford Guide to Industrial Archaeology of East
Listing NGR: TF3680409378
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Source: English Heritage
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