Bretford Bridge

Bretford bridge east Side | William Arnold
Bretford bridge east Side
William Arnold
Description of this historic site

Bretford Bridge, a road bridge that was built during the Post Medieval or Imperial period. It replaced the Medieval bridge which stood on the same site. The bridge is situated at the southern end of Bretford.

Notes about this historic site

1 Although Medieval in design the size and uniform construction suggest an 18th century date at the earliest. It is known to have been in need of repair in the 17th century.
2 One semicircular and four pointed arches, and four small cutwaters on the upstream side.
4 Listed Building description.

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