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Church Bridge, Station Road, Swavesey

History of Church Bridge, Station Road

Listed building:

Road bridge, and drainage sluice. 1839. Ashlar, and brick, partly rendered. Plain round arched bridge, with canted brick and ashlar side walls. Ashlar coped plain parapet with coped top, and square piers with pyramidal tops. West parapet inscribed ERECTED 1839.


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