RAILWAY VIADUCT RAILWAY VIADUCT INCLUDING REDUNDANT PIERS, OVER RIVER KENWYN

Overview

Heritage Category: Listed Building

Grade: II

List Entry Number: 1201435

Date first listed: 30-Jul-1993

Statutory Address: RAILWAY VIADUCT INCLUDING REDUNDANT PIERS, OVER RIVER KENWYN

Statutory Address: RAILWAY VIADUCT, ST GEORGE'S ROAD

Map

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RAILWAY VIADUCT INCLUDING REDUNDANT PIERS, OVER RIVER KENWYN
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Location

Statutory Address: RAILWAY VIADUCT INCLUDING REDUNDANT PIERS, OVER RIVER KENWYN

Statutory Address: RAILWAY VIADUCT, ST GEORGE'S ROAD

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

District: Cornwall (Unitary Authority)

Parish: Truro

National Grid Reference: SW 82016 45025

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History

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Details

TRURO

SW84NW TRURO (WEST) 880-1/1/321 Railway viaduct, including redundant piers, over River Kenwyn

GV II

Includes: Railway viaduct ST GEORGE'S ROAD. Railway viaduct, including redundant piers of original viaduct. 1858. Present viaduct 1904. Redundant piers of 1858 designed by Brunel. Dressed granite Brunel piers otherwise of rock-faced granite with brick arches and rendered parapet fascia. 11 spans. 5 surviving Brunel piers. Rectangular-on-plan piers. Round arches carried on tapered piers with corbels for timber centring. Refuges every 3 bays, over the piers. Brunel piers are 60 feet apart and were originally spanned by fan-shaped timber constructions.

Listing NGR: SW8201645025

Legacy

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Legacy System number: 377320

Legacy System: LBS

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