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Description: Bridge Approximately 15 Metres North of Beckfoot Farmhouse
Date Listed: 24 October 1974
English Heritage Building ID: 337900
OS Grid Reference: SE1050538452
OS Grid Coordinates: 410505, 438452
Latitude/Longitude: 53.8422, -1.8418
SE13NW BINGLEY BECKFOOT LANE
6/47 Bridge approx 15m
24.10.74 north of Beck foot
listed as bridge over
the Howden Beck)(rear
of Beckfoot Farm)
Pack-horse bridge. c1723. Hammer-dressed stone, single segmental
arch with well dressed voussoirs set back from overhanging parapet
with added wooden railings. The Parish Constable's Account for
January 7, 1723 records the payment of £10 to Benja. Craven and
Josa Scott, masons " for building a Stone Bridge ovr Howden Beck at
Beckfoot. In consideracon whereof ye said Benja. Craven and Joshua
Scott doe hereby promise joyfully and severally to uphold and keep
the sd Bridge in good and sufficient repair during the terme of seaven
years from the day hereof, as witness our hands the day and year above sd".
Illustrated in Country Life, August 29, 1957, p399.
Listing NGR: SE1050538452
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Source: English Heritage
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