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Factory Bridge over River Coquet


This road bridge over the River Coquet was built in c.1865. It is known as Factory Bridge, presumably for the close proximity to the former mill/factory (now Dye House) located close to the south end of the bridge. Brainsgaugh and the road to Guyzance are on the north side. It is sometimes also referred to Guyzance Bridge or Brainshaugh Bridge. The bridge is Grade II listed.


Brainshaugh Historic Buildings in Acklington Civil Parish Guyzance Acklington Park Bridges Grade II Listed 1865 River Coquet
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Factory Bridge at Brainshaugh

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The River Coquet

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Guyzance
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Guyzance
- Overview About Guyzance Map Street View Guyzance is a village in Northumberland, located by the River Coquet and about 5 miles south of Alnwick and 3 miles west of Warkworth. ...
Acklington Park
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Acklington Park
- Acklington Park is a distributed hamlet in Northumberland, which includes Acklington Park Farm, located about a mile north west of the village of Acklington. Acklington Park was established as a ...
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BRIDGE OVER RIVER COQUET - Acklington Park - List Entry
- "Bridge, c.1865. Rock-faced stone with rock-faced-and-margined dressings, except for tooled-and-margined internal faces of parapet. 3 segmental arches; keeled cutwaters with domed tops; impost band and band below flat-topped parapet ...

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List number: 1041925
List grade: 2
County: Northumberland
Grid ref: NU2064003012

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