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Neasham Hall Bridge, Neasham

Description: Neasham Hall Bridge

Grade: II
Date Listed: 29 January 1988
English Heritage Building ID: 322690

OS Grid Reference: NZ3257609342
OS Grid Coordinates: 432576, 509342
Latitude/Longitude: 54.4784, -1.4988

Location: Eryholme Lane, Eryholme, North Yorkshire DL2 2PG

Locality: Neasham
County: Darlington
Country: England
Postcode: DL2 2PG

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Listing Text

NZ 30 NW
9/51 Neasham Hall Bridge

- II

Private single-track road bridge over River Tees. Dated 1909, on parapet,
for Sir Thomas Wrightson. Red sandstone piers and end abutments;
approximately 100 metres long wrought lattice lattice spare 3 wide elliptical arches;
central arch of greatest span. Battered piers have rounded cutwaters and
banded rustication; semi-octagonal upward extensions flank and stabilise the
roadway. Abutments have similar square-plan piers flanking the roadway.
East end piers inset with 2 small cast-iron medallions of Sir Thomas
Wrightson. West end piers with pair of iron gates, splayed end walls and
smaller terminating piers. Parapet has closely spaced cross-braced members
supporting a heavy handrail. Large cast-iron plaques, with monogram TW and
date 1909, on centre of inner faces of parapet. Partly in the Civil Parish
of Neasham.

Listing NGR: NZ3257609342

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Source: English Heritage

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