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Carrington Bridge

A Category B Listed Building in Carrington, Midlothian

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Latitude: 55.8237 / 55°49'25"N

Longitude: -3.0861 / 3°5'9"W

OS Eastings: 332053

OS Northings: 659473

OS Grid: NT320594

Mapcode National: GBR 61W3.N6

Mapcode Global: WH6T7.KWNB

Plus Code: 9C7RRWF7+FH

Entry Name: Carrington Bridge

Listing Name: Carrington Bridge, over Redside Burn

Listing Date: 14 October 1979

Category: B

Source: Historic Scotland

Source ID: 331072

Historic Scotland Designation Reference: LB686

Building Class: Cultural

Location: Carrington

County: Midlothian

Electoral Ward: Midlothian South

Parish: Carrington

Traditional County: Midlothian

Tagged with: Bridge

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Early 19th century. Round-arched, single span road bridge over Redside Burn. Yellow sandstone rubble with brick repairs. Convex moulded voussoirs with impost detail; moulded extrados. Coped rubble parapet with dentil moulded base; blank panel to centre of SE elevation; tooled panel reading to NW reading "CARRINGTON BRIDGE". Shallow refuges forming upper section of advanced piers flanking arch. Curved wing walls; battered support to E of SE elevation.

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