Full Report for Listed Buildings
Summary Description of a Listed Buildings
Date of Designation
Date of Amendment
Name of Property
Bangor Bridge (Partly in the Sesswick community)
Situated at the end of the High Street crossing the River Dee.
The bridge has medieval origins; a notable restoration took place in 1658 and at one time the bridge bore this date.
The arches are principally of red sandstone, some areas of coursed rubble, some of more finely dressed stone; the parapet and cutwaters mainly of yellow sandstone. Cambered bridge with unequal elliptical stepped arches, full height splayed cutwaters with refuges at the top. The parapet is of large dressed slabs.
Reason for designation
Listed grade I as an impressive bridge of medieval origins but largely C17 work. Group value with the War Memorial and the Church of St Dunawd.
Scheduled Ancient Monument No: 1/0604/F17.
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