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Description: Chetwynd Bridge (That Part in Edingale Civil Parish)
Date Listed: 9 March 1953
English Heritage Building ID: 272792
OS Grid Reference: SK1880113916
OS Grid Coordinates: 418801, 313916
Latitude/Longitude: 52.7226, -1.7231
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In the entry for:
SK11SE EDINGALE CP TAMWORTH ROAD
1/39 Chetwynd Bridge
(that part in
9.3.53 Edingale C.P).
Formerly listed as
Chetwynd (or Salter's
The grade shall be amended to read II*
SK 11 SE EDINGALE C.P. TAMWORTH ROAD
1/39 Chetwynd Bridge (that
part in Edingale C.P.).
9.3.53 Formerly listed as Chetwynd
(or 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 "CHETWYNDTBRIDGE / 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: SK1880113916
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Source: English Heritage
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