Bridge 300m SW of High Furze

Description of this historic site

A small stone bridge which is possibly Post Medieval in date. It is of the packhorse type with two segmental arches and cutwaters on the upstream side. It crosses the Knee Brook 1.5km south west of Tidmington.

Notes about this historic site

1 A small stone bridge of the pack-horse type, on the Knee Brook, is 1.8m wide with two segmental arches and cutwaters both sides. It has no parapets and a long causeway on the S side.
2 In good condition with modern light railings attached.
4 The bridge has cutwaters on the upstream side only, contrary to reference 1.
5 Scheduling information.

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