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Description: Estate Bridge Approximately 120 Metres to South East of Attingham Park
Date Listed: 17 February 1985
English Heritage Building ID: 259258
OS Grid Reference: SJ5515209897
OS Grid Coordinates: 355152, 309897
Latitude/Longitude: 52.6849, -2.6649
SJ 50 NW ATCHAM C.P. ATTINGHAM PARK
6/32 Estate bridge approximately
- 120 metres to south-east of
Estate bridge. 1780, by William Hayward. Grey sandstone ashlar. Single
round arch with raised architrave and projecting keystone, flanking square
piers, and retaining walls curving out to square end-piers with chamfered
caps; string course to solid coped parapet. The bridge has also been
attributed to Robert Mylne (Shropshire Magazine). The bridge spans the
River Tern at the lower end of a lake formed from it in the Park. B.o.E.,
p.67; Attingham Park, The National Trust 1981, p.33; John L. Hobbs,
The Hayward Family of Whitchurch, The Shropshire Magazine, Vol.ll (1960),
Listing NGR: SJ5515209897
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Source: English Heritage
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