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Bridge near Sheene Mill, Station Road, Melbourn

History of Bridge near Sheene Mill

Listed building:

Bridge. 1852. Cast iron. Single span with cast iron parapet. The spandrels of the arch are pierced and have the name of the manufacturer. James Rawlings on the east side and Hurrell on the west side. The bridge has been widened. It was built to replace the ford on Mill Lane (now Station Road) and the cost of its building and upkeep to be shared by Melbourn and Meldreth parishes. James Rawlings, engineer and millwright is included in the 1858 Kelly’s Directory for Melbourn.


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