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IoE Number: 358208
Location: STONE BUILT PART OF HARRINGTON BRIDGE, TAMWORTH ROAD
  LOCKINGTON HEMINGTON, NORTH WEST LEICESTERSHIRE, LEICESTERSHIRE
Photographer: N/A
Date Photographed: N/A
Date listed: 16 January 1989
Date of last amendment: 16 January 1989
Grade II

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LOCKINGTON-HEMINGTONTAMWORTH ROADSK 43 SE1/161Stone-built part ofHarrington BridgeGVII

LOCKINGTON-HEMINGTON TAMWORTH ROAD SK 43 SE 1/161 Stone-built part of Harrington Bridge GV II Part of road bridge over River Trent, comprising approach ramp with retaining walls and parapets. 1790. Ashlar. Band-courses at base and below parapets. Rounded coping to parapets. Formerly part of a long bridge of which other surviving parts are included on the list for Long Eaton Parish Derbyshire, items 4/43 and 4/44. The intervening part of the bridge that was reconstructed in cast iron in 1906 is not included.

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