Friar Gate Railway Bridge, Derby

Friar Gate Railway Bridge, Derby
Photograph taken 11 July 2006 © Mr John Lewis. Source Historic England Archive ref: 401869

The bridge carrying the railway into Derby cut right through Friar Gate in 1878. It was built by Andrew Handyside and Co, Ironfounders of Derby for the Great Northern Railway Company. The ironwork is very delicate and patterned.

Location

Derby Derby

Period

Victorian (1837 - 1901)

Tags

transport railway bridge Victorian (1837 - 1901)