Description: Cattal Bridge Carrying Tadcaster Road over River Midd
Date Listed: 30 September 1985
English Heritage Building ID: 330597
OS Grid Reference: SE4477754001
OS Grid Coordinates: 444777, 454001
Latitude/Longitude: 53.9801, -1.3187
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SE 45 SW CATTAL CATTAL MOOR LANE
6/18 Cattal bridge carrying
Tadcaster Road over River
Bridge. c1800 with later restoration. Ashlar. 3 round arches with
chamfered moulding. Triangular cut-waters against the 2 central piers
carried up as pedestrian retreats at road level. Flat parapet coping and
north arch extensively repaired. Cattal stands at the crossing point of the
river Nidd of the Roman route between Aldborough and Tadcaster. The present
bridge is said to have been built about 1800, when the river was embanked.
See H. Speight, 'Nidderdale', 1894 p159.
Listing NGR: SE4477754001
Source: English Heritage
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