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Deeping Gate Bridge, Deeping St James



Reference Name MLI30048

Name:
Deeping Gate Bridge, Deeping St James

Summary:
Deeping Gate Bridge, Deeping St James

Location:
DEEPING ST JAMES, SOUTH KESTEVEN, LINCOLNSHIRE

Description:
PRN 30048
A fine bridge with three segmental arches, nearly semi-circular and with triple archings built in three orders - probably 17th century in date. Narrow roadway, being only 13 ft in width, but there are recesses over each cutwater. {1}
Bridge over the river Welland. 1651. Ashlar and coursed limestone rubble abutments. 3 semi-circular arches, each having 2 stepped chamfered orders with chamfered hoods. Between the arches are triangular cutwaters. To the sides are plain bands with coped parapet above. On the east side is an 1880 flood mark. Listed grade II star (listed building no.14/64). For the full description and the legal address of this listed building please refer to the appropriate list of buildings of special architectural or historic interest.{3}

Sources:
1 Scheduling record: HBMC. AM 7. SAM 151
2 Bibliographic reference: JERVOISE, E.. 1932. THE ANCIENT BRIDGES OF MIDLAND AND EASTERN ENGLAND. -
3 Index: Department of the Environment. 1987. List of Buildings of Special Architectural or Historic Interest. 119.001; 14/64
4 Index: SMR FILE. DEEPING ST JAMES. TF 10 NE

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