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©  Ian Shapeero

IoE Number: 457446
Location: TRENT BRIDGE (THAT PART IN NOTTINGHAM CIVIL PARISH), LONDON ROAD
  NOTTINGHAM, NOTTINGHAM, NOTTINGHAMSHIRE
Photographer: Ian Shapeero
Date Photographed: 02 July 2000
Date listed: 12 July 1972
Date of last amendment: 12 July 1972
Grade II

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NOTTINGHAMSK53NELONDON ROAD646-1/7/330Trent Bridge (that part in

NOTTINGHAM SK53NE LONDON ROAD 646-1/7/330 Trent Bridge (that part in 12/07/72 Nottingham CP) GV II Road bridge spanning the River Trent. 1868-71. By M Ogle Tarbotton, Corporation Engineer. Ashlar abutments, cast-iron spans by Andrew Handyside of Derby. Gothic Revival style. 3 segmental arches with traceried spandrels. Pierced cast-iron balustrade with 6 lamp standards. Rockfaced piers with pointed cutwaters, with clustered columns carrying balconies. Coped retaining wall and single round flood arch on north west side. Abutments have battered square corner piers with cornices, ornamented with the City arms. The south-east end of the bridge is in West Bridgford, Rushcliffe CP.

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