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Description: The Green Bridge
Date Listed: 6 September 1988
English Heritage Building ID: 235512
OS Grid Reference: SP8241553785
OS Grid Coordinates: 482415, 253785
Latitude/Longitude: 52.1762, -0.7962
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8/112 The Green Bridge
Bridge. Mid C18. Dressed limestone. 3-arch bridge. Low depressed arches, broad
piers, recessed rectangular panels above arches, uniform vermiculated
rustication and corbel blocks to cornice. No balustrades. Diagonal retaining
walls to west side, with similar rustication. Bridge formerly stood between two
lakes, the lower of which survives. The bridge is higher to west side and
formerly acted as a weir or low dam maintaining level of water in lake to east
side, now drained. The bridge carried a drive leading from Horton Hall
(demolished 1936) through park to the Menagerie (q.v.) and is close to the
Listing NGR: SP8241553785
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Source: English Heritage
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