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Grade II

Bridge, c.1800. Pitch faced stone with rough dressed parapet. 2-span stilted arch the heads of the voussoirs aligned to the courses.



NGR: SD 98808 27203

Historic England Listing No: 1230431

CMBC Ref: 1/260/1

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Grade II

Bridge, dated on keystone 1851. Rock faced stone. 2-span segmental arches carried on bullnosed and chamfered breakwaters. Band and parapet. Bank supported by angled buttresses which slope down to waters edge with copings terminating in…

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Grade II

Bridge, dated on keystone 1851. Rock faced stone. 2-span segmental arches carried on bullnosed and chamfered breakwaters. Band and parapet. Bank supported by angled buttresses which slope down to waters edge with copings terminating in…

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Grade II



Wheelhouse to mill (now demolished), early C19. Hammer-dressed stone, stone slate roof survives in part, one end of roof clad in asbestos, over wooden extension. East elevation has central doorway with window to either side with plain…

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Grade II



Wheelhouse to mill (now demolished), early C19. Hammer-dressed stone, stone slate roof survives in part, one end of roof clad in asbestos, over wooden extension. East elevation has central doorway with window to either side with plain…

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Grade II



Wheelhouse to mill (now demolished), early C19. Hammer-dressed stone, stone slate roof survives in part, one end of roof clad in asbestos, over wooden extension. East elevation has central doorway with window to either side with plain…

http://www.penninehorizons.org/Omeka_photos/CBC01022.jpg
Grade II



Wheelhouse to mill (now demolished), early C19. Hammer-dressed stone, stone slate roof survives in part, one end of roof clad in asbestos, over wooden extension. East elevation has central doorway with window to either side with plain…

http://www.penninehorizons.org/Omeka_photos/CBC00469.jpg
Grade II



Bridge over River Calder, late C18. Hammer dressed stone supporting walls with ashlar parapet. 2 segmental arches of differing size; smaller arch to northern end. Buttressed ends.



NGR SE 02662 25932

Historic England List Entry Number…

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Grade II



Bridge over River Calder, late C18. Hammer dressed stone supporting walls with ashlar parapet. 2 segmental arches of differing size; smaller arch to northern end. Buttressed ends.



NGR SE 02662 25932

Historic England List Entry Number…
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