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Chesterfield Canal Bridge 37 and Turnerwood Lock with Associated Overflow Structure at Cinder Hill, Shireoaks

Description: Chesterfield Canal Bridge 37 and Turnerwood Lock with Associated Overflow Structure at Cinder Hill

Grade: II
Date Listed: 15 October 1986
English Heritage Building ID: 335811

OS Grid Reference: SK5494681270
OS Grid Coordinates: 454946, 381270
Latitude/Longitude: 53.3255, -1.1765

Location: South Anston, Rotherham S81 8NR

Locality: Shireoaks
County: Nottinghamshire
Country: England
Postcode: S81 8NR

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Listing Text

5/62 Bridge 37 and Turnerwood
Lock with associated
overflow structure at
Cinder Hill


Bridge with associated lock and overflow structure. Late C18, bridge probably
early C19. For the Chesterfield Canal Company. Single-span bridge with integral
lock to west and overflow channel emerging at sluice near south-east corner
of bridge. Bridge: round-nosed brick voussoirs to basket arch, abutment walls
curve out to terminate at rounded projecting end piers, parapet with stone copings
curves down to each side. Brick-arched overflow tunnel emerges near south-
east corner and empties via lined sluice into canal. Lock: stone entry and
exit walls; stone course near low water level with brickwork above; ashlar lock-
gate recesses with hollow-quoined heel-post housings. Important element of
the Chesterfield Canal surveyed by James Brindley and built between 1771 and
1777 and remaining in water through the parishes of Thorpe Salvin and North
and South Anston. Forms eastern end of the Turnerwood Flight of locks (q.v.).

Listing NGR: SK5494681270

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Source: English Heritage

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