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Description: Ferry Bridge
Date Listed: 11 December 1967
English Heritage Building ID: 326065
OS Grid Reference: SE4835224640
OS Grid Coordinates: 448352, 424640
Latitude/Longitude: 53.7159, -1.2688
There is also a scheduled monument, Ferrybridge near Knottingley, at the same location as this building or very close to it. This may be related in some way or possibly a different name for the same structure.
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BROTHERTON OLD GREAT NORTH ROAD
SE 42 NE
5/9 Ferry Bridge
(formerly listed under
Bridge. Inscribed on plaques: 'JOHN CARR, ESQUIRE,/ OF YORK, ARCHITECT./
1797.' 'FERRYBRIDGE BROTHERTON'. 'BERNARD HARTLEY./ OF PONTEFRACT,
BUILDER./1804.' with C20 restoration. Tooled millstone grit ashlar.
8 round-headed arches of which there are 4 land arches to Ferrybridge side
and one to Brotherton, and 3 larger river arches. River arches have volute
keystones and hoodmoulds. Plain keystones to 2 flanking land arches,
otherwise rusticated surrounds. Canted cutwaters between river arches
surmounted by refuges in parapet. To either side of river arches a pier
with niche in quoined surround. Dentilled cornice to section bordered by
piers, otherwise ashlar band. 3 course parapet with vase balustrade to
central section. Parapet has splayed ends with rounded caps to 3 ends.
Listing NGR: SE4835224640
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Source: English Heritage
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