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© Mr David Clayton

IoE Number: 334715
Photographer: Mr David Clayton
Date Photographed: N/A
Date listed: 11 January 1988
Date of last amendment: 11 January 1988
Grade II

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SK69SEBAWTRYGAINSBOROUGH ROAD10/16Bawtry Bridge27 November 1984-II

SK69SE BAWTRY GAINSBOROUGH ROAD 10/16 Bawtry Bridge 27 November 1984 - II Bridge. 1810; builder Mr. Flavel of Wetherby (Peck, p 13); widened 1940. Rock-faced gritstone voussoirs; horizontally-tooled magnesian limestone walling. 3 segmental arches with projecting keystones; the central arch larger and flanked by triangular cutwaters; the outer arches flanked by buttresses. Both cut waters and buttresses rise to the parapet as projecting piers linked by a cambered band which continues across wing walls terminating in cylindrical piers set on square bases. Domed parapet copings. South side, dated 1940, is the re-used facade of 1810; north parapet, facing road, is inscribed Y/N denoting the county boundary. Built for £3,000 on a foundation of 144 piles overlain by 2 thicknesses of planks. Partly in the parish of Scaftworth in the County of Nottinghamshire. W. Peck, Bawtry and Thorne, 1813.

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