Bridge Abutments, Site 10, south of Broom

Description of this historic site

The site of a railway bridge on the disused line between Redditch and Evesham, dating to the Imperial period. Only the abutments remain. It is situated 500m south of Broom.

Notes about this historic site

1 Railway bridge abutments on both the west and east banks of the river in engineering brick with stone copings. These abutments were observed whilst evaluating the former Evesham & Redditch Railway. It was observed that the proposed new road will pass well to the west, and recommended that the remains be photographed and that any salvaged materials be offered to an appropriate railway preservation society in the event of their removal.

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