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Bridge over the Wansbeck, south of Wallington


This bridge is located about ¼ mile south-east of Wallington Hall, carries the B6342 road over the River Wansbeck. The bridge was built in 1755 by James Paine. It has a central segmental arch flanked by smaller semicircular arches, with rusticated voussoirs. The bridge is Grade I listed on the National Heritage List for England.

Wallington Grade I Listed River Wansbeck Historic Buildings and Monuments in Wallington Demesne Civil Parish 1755 Bridges
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Road bridge south of Wallington

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Country road near Cambo

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Bridge over River Wansbeck

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Wallington Bridge

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Wallington Bridge

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Paine's Bridge

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The bridge over the Wansbeck at Wallington

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Bridge carrying the B6342 over the River Wandbeck

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BRIDGE OVER RIVER WANSBECK - Wallington - List Entry
- "Bridge over River Wansbeck 20.10.69 I Bridge, 1755 by James Paine. Tooled ashlar. Central segmental arch flanked by smaller semicircular arches, all with rusticated voussoirs. Triangular cutwaters. Square ...

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List grade: 1
List number: 1303956
County: Northumberland
Grid ref: NZ0335383910

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