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Description: Cattawade Bridge
Date Listed: 30 October 1990
English Heritage Building ID: 278808
OS Grid Reference: TM1017733041
OS Grid Coordinates: 610177, 233041
Latitude/Longitude: 51.9561, 1.0574
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TM 13 SW BRANTHAM CATTAWADE STREET
Road bridge crossing Cattawade Creek, River Stour. C18 red brick, English bond
with some later repairs in Flemish bond. Cast iron tie plates. Stone and brick
coping. Stone band below parapets. Of 3 graduated arches with pilaster
buttressess between and at ends. Each arch with concrete plastered rim central
cast iron diamond tie plate with crossed bands. The parapet wall carries through
to north and south on both faces with various pilasters. A spur wall follows the
river bank to the north east. The fine cast iron tie plates are noteworthy,
circular, with raised, moulded and beaded rims, central foliate rosette with
inner rosette of sepals from which issue the tie rods. There are 10 to each
face. David Alderton, John Booker Batsford Guide to the Industrial Archaeology
of East Anglia 1980. White's Directory of Suffolk 1844.
Listing NGR: TM1017733041
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Source: English Heritage
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