Packhorse Bridge 300m N of Grange Farm

Description of this historic site

A packhorse bridge which dates to the Medieval/Post Medieval period. It crosses the River Watergall 400m north of Ham Bridge. The high single arch remains, with a more modern parapet.

Notes about this historic site

1 A packhorse bridge leads across the River Watergall; the original bridge with its high single arch is still in use, but has a parapet of red brick built over the old parapet. The rest of the old bridge has been retained underneath.
2 Information received from local landowner that this bridge is now “a couple of RSJs and 10 tons of concrete”.
Photographs awaited.