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Latitude: 52.753 / 52°45'10"N
Longitude: 1.316 / 1°18'57"E
OS Eastings: 623876
OS Northings: 322419
OS Grid: TG238224
Mapcode National: GBR WG7.HJH
Mapcode Global: WHMT2.52XB
Plus Code: 9F43Q838+5C
Entry Name: Railway Bridge over River Bure
Listing Date: 19 October 1998
Source: Historic England
Source ID: 1385726
English Heritage Legacy ID: 471135
Location: Buxton with Lammas, Broadland, Norfolk, NR10
Civil Parish: Buxton with Lammas
Traditional County: Norfolk
Lieutenancy Area (Ceremonial County): Norfolk
Church of England Parish: Lammas with Little Hautbois
Church of England Diocese: Norwich
Tagged with: Railway bridge
TG 22 SW BUXTON WITH LAMMAS
39/6/10004 Railway Bridge over River
Railway bridge. 1879, for the Great Eastern Railway. Constructed by William Waddell. Cast-iron and steel construction. Three span girder bridge over the river Bure. Supported on paired cast-iron columns, two pairs cross-braced together to each pier. The pier bases have been extended in modern concrete to form cutwaters. Rivetted steel girders above with cross girders all in steel. Cantilevered brackets carry walkways with tubular railings on either side. An early and well-preserved example of a transitional type, using steel for the girders in tension, but retaining cast-iron for the columns in compression.
HISTORY. The Bure valley line of the Great Eastern Railway was built by William Waddell in 1878-80; the section that includes this bridge being opened on 1 January 1880. The line was closed to passengers in 1952, and to freight in 1982, but it was re-opened as a 15" steam railway, the Bure Valley railway in 1990.
Listing NGR: TG2387622419
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