© Mr Arthur A. Chapman FRICS
WINSLEY, WEST WILTSHIRE, WILTSHIRE
Mr Arthur A. Chapman FRICS
31 August 2000
14 June 1988
Date of last amendment:
14 June 1988
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ST 76 SE WINSLEY DUNDAS
3/297 Dundas Aqueduct
Aqueduct carrying Kennet and Avon Canal over River Avon, c1805, by
John Rennie. Ashlar, monumental classical with rusticated arch over the river framed by paired giant pilasters. Elliptical flanking
arches with battered curved plain ashlar revetments beyond, the
revetments with pilaster each side. Overall monumental Doric
cornice with triglyph frieze, cornice broken forward over
pilasters. In frieze over main arch each side is bronze plaque in
raised frame, said to have inscriptions, added 1828, to Charles
Dundas M.P., chairman of the canal company and to John Thomas,
chief engineer. Top parapet, pierced with balusters over revetment
Also listed as item 7/146 on list for Monkton Combe C.P., Avon.
Scheduled Ancient Monument.