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© Mr P. J. Nicholson

IoE Number: 400300
Photographer: Mr P. J. Nicholson
Date Photographed: 11 February 2006
Date listed: 02 March 1976
Date of last amendment: 02 March 1976
Grade II

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Handyside Arch Bridge5170(Over River Derwent)SK 33 NE 9/12.3.76II

Handyside Arch Bridge 1. 5170 (Over River Derwent) SK 33 NE 9/1 2.3.76 II 2. 1878. Built by Andrew Handyside and Company, Ironfounders of Derby, as was the bridge spanning Friar Gate (qv). This former railway bridge (now confined to pedestrian traffic) is an interesting structure. The deck which formerly carried the track is hung from steel segmental arches with a span of some 130 ft. The arches are of lattice construction. Stone abutments, and parapet walls at sides.

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