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Linnels Bridge


The stone bridge over Devil's Water in Linnels in Northumberland is thought to have been built in 1698.[1] It incorporate and inscribed tablet from an earlier bridge of 1581. "GOD PRESARVE WMFOIRA ERENGTON, BELLDETE THIS BREGE OF LYME AND STONE 1581". Linnels Bridge is Grade II listed.

Linnels Historic Buildings and Monuments in Corbridge Civil Parish Devil's Water
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Plaque on Linnels Bridge

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Linnels Bridge

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LINNELS BRIDGE - List Entry
- "Bridge, probably 1698 incorporating inscribed tablet from predecessor of 1581. Squared stone. Segmental arch with recessed voussoirs, splayed abutments. Parapets with chamfered coping; flat-coped C20 approach walls. Raised tablet (same ...

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Linnels Bridge, Linnels, England

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List number: 1303209
List grade: 2
County: Northumberland
Grid ref: NY9550261660

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