© Mr Peter McLaren
EXE BRIDGE AT NGR SS 9299 2445,
BRUSHFORD, WEST SOMERSET, SOMERSET
Mr Peter McLaren
19 February 2004
06 April 1959
Date of last amendment:
04 August 1986
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SS92SW BRUSHFORD CP
14/40 Exe Bridge at NGR SS 9299 2445
(formerly listed as Exe Bridge
(over River Exe - that part in
Dulverton Rural District)
Road bridge over River Exe on county boundary. Erected in C18 on site of earlier bridge, repaired 1929 by John Stone,
altered C1853, parapets rebuilt or extended mid -late C20, Random rubble local stone rubble voussoirs, saddleback
coping of slate stone set on end. Three arch span, semi-circular headed arches, low pointed cutwater on down-stream
side, set on raised plinths on upstream side; parapet continued as wall for about 25 m and 16 m respectively on north
bank (Somerset), south bank (Devon) parapet continued as wall for 19 m and 28 m respectively; coping renewed in C20.
(Jervoise, The Ancient Bridges of the South of England, 1930).