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Brancepeth Bridge


Brancepeth Bridge, to the west of Brancepeth Castle, carries the road (the old route of the A690) over Stockley Burn (aka Brancepeth Beck). The castellated sandstone bridge was built in the early-mid 19th century, and was a rebuilding of an earlier bridge here. The bridge is Grade II listed on the National Heritage List for England.

Brancepeth Bridges
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Brancepeth Castle

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BRANCEPETH BRIDGE
- Road bridge over Stockley Burn. Early-mid C19 rebuilding of earlier bridge. Sandstone ashlar arch and parapets, rock-faced abutments and rubble end walls. Gothic style. High pointed arch under drip-mould flanked ...

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