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Description: Leatherhead Bridge
Date Listed: 7 September 1951
English Heritage Building ID: 290498
OS Grid Reference: TQ1631356299
OS Grid Coordinates: 516313, 156299
Latitude/Longitude: 51.2940, -0.3332
LEATHERHEAD BRIDGE STREET
TQ 1656 SW
7.9.51 Leatherhead Bridge
Public road bridge over River Mole. Probably later medieval, rebuilt and enlarged
in 1782-3 by George Gwilt (the county surveyor), and dated 1784 on south side.
Red brick in Flemish bond, with some dressings of Portland stone. It is a long
low structure of 14 segmental arches on low piers with triangular cutwaters
which have semi-pyramidal tops of dressed stone, a roundel in each spandrel, a
moulded stone band, and a high brick parapet to the south side with flat stone
coping secured by wrought-iron cramps, incorporating 4 semicircular refuges; and
in the centre of the outer side a stone plaque lettered "BUILT 1784". Lighting
now replaced with reproduction windsor lighting. Parapets rebuilt in 1988.
Listing NGR: TQ1631356299
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Source: English Heritage
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