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Bridge Over Ury Burn, Ury House

A Category C Listed Building in Stonehaven and Lower Deeside, Aberdeenshire

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Latitude: 56.9809 / 56°58'51"N

Longitude: -2.2316 / 2°13'53"W

OS Eastings: 386021

OS Northings: 787767

OS Grid: NO860877

Mapcode National: GBR XH.SKT3

Mapcode Global: WH9RF.PSJR

Plus Code: 9C8VXQJ9+99

Entry Name: Bridge Over Ury Burn, Ury House

Listing Name: Ury Estate, Bridge over Ury Burn

Listing Date: 20 January 2004

Category: C

Source: Historic Scotland

Source ID: 397196

Historic Scotland Designation Reference: LB49611

Building Class: Cultural

Location: Fetteresso

County: Aberdeenshire

Electoral Ward: Stonehaven and Lower Deeside

Parish: Fetteresso

Traditional County: Kincardineshire

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Mid 19th century circa 1855. Single span girder bridge over the Ury Burn. Coursed and squared rubble abutments, that to W curved; ashlar quoins, band course and flat cope probably formerly with inset railings. Riveted ironwork bridge of 2 main longitudinal beams with transverse beams and timber deck overlaid with later concrete; parapets of diamond-pattern lattice with circular intersections and vertical struts.

Statement of Interest

Situated close to Ury House, this bridge may have been built between 1840-1854 for Captain Robert Barclay-Allardice of the old house. The new house was erected for Alexander Baird in 1855, designed by John Baird of Glasgow. It is probable that the Baird family's ironworks in Glasgow contributed to the construction of the bridge.

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