Borough Bridge :: Shared Description

The listing of the bridge (Grade II) includes: "It was timber at the time of the Battle of Boroughbridge 1322 but had been rebuilt in stone by mid C16. Constantly repaired throughout the C17-C18, it was widened to nearly twice its original width in 1785 to the designs of John Carr for the sum of £420. The further widening of 1969 left intact the 3 arches, the outer two of which are slightly pointed, each having 5 wide ribs, and the lower part of the chamfered cutwaters to the east side."
by Alan Murray-Rust
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SE3967 : The bridge at Boroughbridge by Stephen Craven
SE3967 : The Borough Bridge by Alan Murray-Rust
SE3966 : The Borough Bridge by Alan Murray-Rust

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Created: Sat, 14 Nov 2009, Updated: Sat, 14 Nov 2009

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