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Clova, Bridge over Corrie Burn

A Category C Listed Building in Kirriemuir and Dean, Angus

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Latitude: 56.8441 / 56°50'38"N

Longitude: -3.1046 / 3°6'16"W

OS Eastings: 332713

OS Northings: 773063

OS Grid: NO327730

Mapcode National: GBR WC.QWD5

Mapcode Global: WH6ND.87VK

Entry Name: Clova, Bridge over Corrie Burn

Listing Date: 15 January 1980

Category: C

Source: Historic Scotland

Source ID: 336094

Historic Scotland Designation Reference: LB4792

Building Class: Cultural

Location: Cortachy and Clova

County: Angus

Electoral Ward: Kirriemuir and Dean

Parish: Cortachy And Clova

Traditional County: Angus

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Mid 19th century. Single segmental-arched bridge set low to water with gently splayed wing walls. Granite rubble with dressed voussoirs and quoins. Slightly rounded red sandstone copes to parapet.

Statement of Interest

A traditional bridge occupying a central position in Clova village. The bridge seems to appear on the First Edition OS map (although the scale is a bit too small to be certain). James Knox's map of 1850 shows the Glen Clova road (between Clova and Braedownie) running along the S side of the River South Esk. The line of the road was evidently re-drawn between 1850 and 1862 and it is most likely that this bridge was built as part of the improvement. The original list description gives a date of circa 1861 for the bridge, but doesn't say what this is based on.

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