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©  Gill Cardy ARPS

IoE Number: 312478
Photographer: Gill Cardy ARPS
Date Photographed: 23 July 2001
Date listed: 18 April 1952
Date of last amendment: 18 April 1952
Grade I

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1. The Town Bridge and5411 ChapelST 8260 2/90 18.4.52.

1. The Town Bridge and 5411 Chapel ST 8260 2/90 18.4.52. I GV 2. Stone built, 9 arches. Originally pack horse bridge, but widened in Cl7 by rebuilding western side. All arches on W side are semi-circular. Eastern side retains two original C13 arches, ribbed and pointed, remainder semi-circular. Cutwaters with weather capping on this side. One cutwater extended to form pier and stepped out in graduated corbelling to support Chapel. The Chapel (known also as Blind House) is almost square in plan, has 4 small square window openings, 2 overlooking river and 1 in each side. A narrow 4-centred arch doorway gives access from bridge. The domed roof rises (following the square plan of the chapel) in a series of offsets and terminates in heavy stone finial surmounted by weather vane. The rotating vane is in form of fish. (The "Bradford Gudgeon") and is C16 work in copper-guilt. There is short chimney stack on river side of roof. Chapel has been used also as lock-up and ammunition store. The Town Bridge and Chapel form a group with Lamb's factory, Silver Street.

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