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Chairford Bridge

Chairford Bridge, in East Woodburn, carries the road over Lisles Burn. It is a stone hup-backed bridge, built in the early 19th century. Chairford Bridge is Grade II listed on the National Heritage List for England.

East Woodburn Lisles Burn Historic Buildings and Monuments in Corsenside Civil Parish Bridges
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Bridge over the Lisles Burn

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Chairford Bridge, East Woodburn

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Chairford Bridge near Horsley Bankfoot

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CHAIRFORD BRIDGE - East Woodburn - List Entry
- "Bridge. Early C19. Dressed stone. Single segmental arch framed by arch band. A hump-backed bridge; parapets have steeply ridged coping..."

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List number: 1370446
List grade: 2
County: Northumberland
Grid ref: NY9081586922


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