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Description: Milford Bridge (That Part in Little Ness)
Date Listed: 27 November 1987
English Heritage Building ID: 259205
OS Grid Reference: SJ4208521078
OS Grid Coordinates: 342085, 321078
Latitude/Longitude: 52.7842, -2.8601
LITTLE NESS C.P. MILFORD
SJ 42 SW
SJ 4209 2108
2/140 Milford Bridge (that
- part in Little Ness
Bridge. 1831. Thomas Stanton, engineer. Tooled red sandstone ashlar.
Two segmental arches with stepped voussoirs, impost bands, and central
semi-circular cutwaters. Curved wing walls with square end piers, string
course and plain parapet with rounded top. Parapet of large stone blocks
with herringbone tooling. The contract for the building of the bridge
was awarded to Nathaniel Edwards. Thomas Stanton was deputy to Thomas
Telford, the County Surveyor of Bridges. Milford Bridge carries the
Little Ness-Baschurch road over the River Perry, and part of it stands
within Baschurch C.P. Anthony Blackwall, Historic Bridges of Shropshire,
Shropshire Libraries, p.27.
Listing NGR: SJ4208521078
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Source: English Heritage
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