Heritage Category: Listed Building

Grade: II*

List Entry Number: 1140043

Date first listed: 23-Jan-1968

Statutory Address: NEWBRIDGE


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Statutory Address: NEWBRIDGE

The building or site itself may lie within the boundary of more than one authority.

District: Cornwall (Unitary Authority)

Parish: Callington

District: Cornwall (Unitary Authority)

Parish: St. Ive

National Grid Reference: SX 34737 67991


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Bridge over River Lynher. Mentioned by Worcester in 1478. Partly rebuilt in 1698 (datestone). Widened on the south side and parapets rebuilt in 1875 (datestone). Rubblestone and ashlar granite blocks. Moulded granite strings above north arches interrupted by cutwaters. North side with four segmented arches with cutstone voussoirs and keys. Arches without imposts. Granite cutwaters between continued to form refuges. Brackets on cutwaters probably used to secure stake nets by Rillaton Fishery. Further arch on east with granite lintel. Datestone, 1698, inscribed in cutwater on west with further datestone, 1875 above. South side widened by 1.5 metres. Large low cutwater on east side. Two cutwaters extended to form refuges. Parapets with granite coping. Splayed over abutments on east.

Charles I passed over the bridge in August 1644 after victory at Lostwithiel.

This entry was subject to a Minor Amendment on 26 September 2017.


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Legacy System number: 61246

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Books and journals
Henderson, C, Coates, H, Old Cornish Bridges and Streams, (1928)

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