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Description: Bridge, About 300 Metres East of Helmingham Hall
Date Listed: 22 September 1987
English Heritage Building ID: 279709
OS Grid Reference: TM1895857667
OS Grid Coordinates: 618958, 257667
Latitude/Longitude: 52.1738, 1.2008
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HELMINGHAM HELMINGHAM PARK
TM 15 NE
4/90 Bridge, about 300m east of
Bridge, probably c.1800 as part of works carried out at Helmingham Hall by
John Nash. Red brick. Causeway about 4m wide. Tall semicircular arch,
spanning a small stream. Parapets about lm high with gabled brick copings;
the parapets are splayed outwards at the approaches. Square terminal piers;
these have pyramid finials with coped gables at the base, in a similar manner
to the bridge piers in the moat surrounding Helmingham Hall. The bridge
carries a path leading from Helmingham Hall to the Parish Church and is an
important landscape feature of the Park.
Listing NGR: TM1895857667
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Source: English Heritage
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