Full Report for Listed Buildings
Summary Description of a Listed Buildings
Date of Designation
Date of Amendment
Name of Property
Bridge over the New Cut
A field bridge providing access from the Lane to the fields to the SE.
Accommodation bridge, c.1790-97.
Dolerite rubble. High parapet with undressed copings forming a level top, splayed on plan, terminating in small pilasters. Segmental arch composed of three rings of half-bricks. The W parapet has been partially replaced with railings, and small areas of brick repairs.
Reason for designation
This is the most substantial bridge remaining over the New Cut, the artificial channel cut to divert the waters of the Guilsfield Brook to the River Severn avoiding damage to the Montgomeryshire Canal from floodwaters.
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