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© Mr Norman D Chappell ADPS LRPS

IoE Number: 36461
Location: BARFORD BRIDGE AND CAUSEWAY,
  GREAT BARFORD, BEDFORD, BEDFORDSHIRE
Photographer: Mr Norman D Chappell ADPS LRPS
Date Photographed: 17 January 2001
Date listed: 13 July 1964
Date of last amendment: 13 July 1964
Grade I

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TL 15SWGREAT BARFORD8/5813.7.64Barford Bridge and Cause-way

TL 15SW GREAT BARFORD 8/58 13.7.64 Barford Bridge and Cause- way GV I Bridge and causeway. C15 and C19. Coursed rubble, some dark sandstone, some limestone, upper part widened and rebuilt in red brick in 1874 (Bedfordshire County Council Industrial Archaeology in Bedfordshire, 1967, p 14). 17 irregular pointed arches, spanning approximately 140 metres. Approximately 5 metres wide. SW side (upstream): brick work begins at springing point of arches. Arches have corbelling with 2 rows of dentilation. Corbelling also to base of parapet. Stone cutwaters. NE side: stone arches still visible, only parapet is brick. Scheduled ancient monument.

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