Listed Building: PACKHORSE BRIDGE (1087992)

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Grade II
Authority Historic England
Volume/Map/Item 89, 7, 16
Date assigned Friday, April 21, 1967
Date last amended

Description

Bridge. 1672 re-erected on this, site 1959. Coursed squared gritstone. Two segmental arches. Diagonal stepped wing walls. Cutwater on both sides. String band at base of upper walls. Chamfered copings. Memorial plaque on north west wing wall inscribed 'This C17 packhorse bridge / whose original site at Derwent was submerged / was re-erected in 1959 by public subscription / as a memorial to John Derry 1854 - 1937 / who inspired in others his love / for the Derbyshire and Yorkshire hills'. Also a scheduled monument. Listing NGR: SK1692495122

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Grid reference SK 16922 95122 (point)
Map sheet SK19NE

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Record last edited

Jun 13 2011 8:24AM

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