Listed Building: ROADBRIDGE AND ASSOCIATED ENCLOSURE WALLS COMPRISING THE SHEEPWASH AT SK369671 (1116722)

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Grade II
Authority Historic England
Volume/Map/Item 1264, 6, 144
Date assigned Wednesday, August 30, 1995
Date last amended

Description

Road bridge and associated sheepwash. Early C19. Ashlar and coursed rubble Coal Measures Sandstone. Flat road bridge with massive flagged base, supported on substantial central masonry pier, pointed at ends to form cutwaters. The north-western end of this pier, and the lining walls to the stream channel, are grooved to accept stop planks, to create the pond for the sheepwash. The north-west parapet of the bridge is linked with the twin curved walls which extend from either end of the bridge on its north-western side, and which form small walled enclosures, with half-round copings, on each side of Tricket Brook. At the north-eastern end of the bridge, a stone setted way leads from the lane, onto a setted ramp leading out of the sheepwash. Each enclosure wall has a narrow gateway onto the lane. Listing NGR: SK3690067100

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Grid reference SK 36900 67100 (point)
Map sheet SK36NE

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Feb 15 2006 10:33AM

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