Packhorse Bridge, Northbeck
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Lincolnshire County Council
North Kesteven District Council
Sleaford and North Hykeham
OV097097 (509704, 340922)
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A pack-horse bridge, believed to have been built about 1250 of limestone rubble and ashlar blocks. The bridge is 8 meters long and 3 meters wide with two semicircular arches 3 meters wide The cobbles of the original road surface on the bridge have been exposed. The bridge is in good condition. It was alted and repaired in the 20th century with the water passing through prefabricated concrete channels. Scheduled and listed.
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