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© Mr Ludwik Michalek

IoE Number: 416669
Photographer: Mr Ludwik Michalek
Date Photographed: 30 June 2001
Date listed: 04 January 1952
Date of last amendment: 27 November 1984
Grade I

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SK 68 NWBLYTHSHEFFIELD ROADBlyth New Bridge2/71(Formerly listed asThe Bridge)

SK 68 NW BLYTH SHEFFIELD ROAD Blyth New Bridge 2/71 (Formerly listed as The Bridge) 4.1.52 I Bridge and retaining walls with wrought iron railings, c,1770, probably by John Carr of York for William Mellish of Blyth Hall. Ashlar and wrought iron. Set on a plinth. 3 rusticated ashlar arches with flat rusticated piers, dentillated cornice to the east and moulded cornice to the west. Each pier is surmounted by an ashlar block with coping, decorated to the west with a roundel and to the east with a roundel over a swag. In between these blocks run the coped and damaged balusters, forming a balustraded parapet which terminates in single decorative ashlar scrolls resting on the retaining approach walls. These walls are coped and have wrought iron railings with rusticated round terminal piers.

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