A bridge which has its origins in the Medieval period but was widened in the 20th century. No part of the original bridge remains visible. It is situated on Blythe Road, 1.5km north east of Coleshill.
1 Bridge over the River Blythe. One of the earliest stone bridges in Warwickshire. Five obtusely pointed arches, probably of C14 date. Arches in two splayed courses.
3 Mr Cossins photographed the old bridge in 1916 and his photo shows the bridge as it was before it was widened on both sides in 1926. Nothing of this is now visible.
4 An inscription on the parapet says that the widening took place in 1925 and spells the name `Blyth’. The present bridge has three modern semi-circular arches and no part of the original is visible.