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Dairsie Bridge

A Category A Listed Building in Cupar, Fife

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Latitude: 56.3337 / 56°20'1"N

Longitude: -2.9465 / 2°56'47"W

OS Eastings: 341577

OS Northings: 716102

OS Grid: NO415161

Mapcode National: GBR 2K.4XN6

Mapcode Global: WH7S3.Q23C

Plus Code: 9C8V83M3+FC

Entry Name: Dairsie Bridge

Listing Name: Dairsie Bridge over River Eden

Listing Date: 1 March 1984

Category: A

Source: Historic Scotland

Source ID: 333566

Historic Scotland Designation Reference: LB2607

Building Class: Cultural

Location: Dairsie

County: Fife

Electoral Ward: Cupar

Parish: Dairsie

Traditional County: Fife

Tagged with: Arch bridge

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Late mediaeval bridge. 3 round arches, with ribbed soffits, over River Eden. Droved ashlar, with (renewed) coped parapet, splayed towards square terminal piers. Single triangular cutwater to either side, carried upwards as a refuge on west side. Single, central, square panel, set in moulded frame, to east side.

Statement of Interest

Arms and initials in panel have identified as being those of James Beaton of Balfour, Archibishop of St Andrews 1522-1538 (see Inventory and A H Millar). Also in Kemback Parish.

Formerly a scheduled monument. Scheduled on 16/10/1935 and descheduled on 23/03/2016.

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