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White Cart Bridge, Inchinnan Road, over Part of White Cart Water, Renfrew

Description: White Cart Bridge, Inchinnan Road, over Part of White Cart Water

Category: A
Date Listed: 10 June 1971
Historic Scotland Building ID: 40424

OS Grid Coordinates: 249301, 667851
Latitude/Longitude: 55.8802, -4.4106

Location: Inchinnan Road, Renfrewshire PA4 9EE

Locality: Renfrew
County: Renfrewshire
Country: Scotland
Postcode: PA4 9EE

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Listing Text

3 segmental arches framed by attached Graeco-Roman Doric
columns, fluted, with niches between. Bull-faced masonry
ashlar parapets. Similar in design to Inchinnan Bridge
adjoining at right angles to it; both bridges 1812 cost
$17,000, engineer Robertson Buchanan CE (Memoir of Thomas
Binnie; privately published Glasgow; gives completion
date early 1811 and contractor Kenneth Mathieson).

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Groome's Gazeteer


Source: Historic Scotland

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