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Description: Chetwynd Bridge (That Part in Alrewas)
Date Listed: 9 March 1953
English Heritage Building ID: 272548
OS Grid Reference: SK1879113918
OS Grid Coordinates: 418791, 313918
Latitude/Longitude: 52.7226, -1.7232
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SK 11 SE ALREWAS C.P. TAMWORTH ROAD
Chetwynd Bridge (That part in
9.3.53 Alrewas C.P.). (Formerly listed
as "Salter's Bridge")
Road bridge. Dated 1824. By Joseph Potter, the County Surveyor.
Cast iron and rusticated ashlar. 3 segmental arches spanning the River
Tame with latticework spandrels and a balustrade interspersed with
panelled piers; abutments sweep round to end buttresses and buttresses
also flank the central arch. Inscribed "CHETWYND BRIDGE / ERECTED BY
THE / COUNTY OF STAFFORD / 1824 / S G. CHETWYND B / CHAIRMAN OF THE/
QUARTER SESSIONS / JOSEPH POTTER / COUNTY SURVEYOR". B.o.E. p. 53-4.
Listing NGR: SK1879113918
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Source: English Heritage
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