Hawkesbury Junction Roving Bridge

Description of this historic site

Hawkesbury Junction cast iron Roving Bridge, a canal bridge built during the Imperial period, and situated 200m east of Coney Lane Bridge.

Notes about this historic site

1 The Junction of the Coventry Canal (1768) and the Oxford Canal (1769) has several features of interest: Roving Bridge is a prominent cast iron bridge with a broad trellis pattern of parapets. The bridge is dated 1837 and is signed by J Sinclair as the engineer and the Brittania Foundry, Derby as the makers.

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