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Denwick Bridge, Denwick

Description: Denwick Bridge

Grade: I
Date Listed: 20 February 1952
English Heritage Building ID: 235696

OS Grid Reference: NU1975013814
OS Grid Coordinates: 419750, 613814
Latitude/Longitude: 55.4179, -1.6895

Location: B1340, Denwick, Northumberland NE66 1YU

Locality: Denwick
County: Northumberland
Country: England
Postcode: NE66 1YU

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Listing Text

Denwick Bridge
NU 1913 7/44 20.2.52.
Dated 1765. Attributed to Robert Mylne, formerly to John Adam. Ashlar built:
a single segmental arch spanning the River Aln, with a moulded rim. Octagonal
side piers and a parapet of interlaced crescents, the dies with trefoil headed
panels. Pointed arcade corbel table cornice to these side piers, modillion cornice
to the rest. Below the dies are 2 corbels with a crescent encircled by the Garter
and the date MDCCLXV. The spandrels have circular panels containing quatrefoils
with on the left the Percy Lion and on the right a fesse engrellee. The bridge
has been widened and the north side is quite plain.
Twenty yards to the west there is a subsidiary bridge over the escape stream from
nearby weir.

Listing NGR: NU1975013814

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Source: English Heritage

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