Shuttington Bridge

Description of this historic site

Shuttington Bridge, a bridge dating to the Post Medieval period and situated 700m southwest of Shuttington. Beneath the modern brick bridge are the stone remains of an earlier structure.

Notes about this historic site

1 A bridge, known in 1650 as Black Bridge, and in 1670, when orders were given for its repair, as Broken Bridge.
2 There is a modern brick bridge, but under this are the partial remains of an earlier stone bridge heavily overgrown.
3 Photo.
4 Undated scheduling form with description. At some point the bridge must have been de-scheduled, but that information is not in the HER records.