DescriptionRoad 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 by wide battered abutments. Band at road level is dentilled above arch. Embattled parapets between slightly higher end sections which break forward over abutments. Battered end walls with quoins and rendered coping. This bridge straddles the parishes of Brancepeth and Crook-and-Willington.
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