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White Bridge, Gadebridge Park (Herts)

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near Piccott's End, Hemel Hempstead

An elegant cast iron arch bridge built c.1840 for the carriageway to Gadebridge House. The names Joseph Cranstone and Barwell and Co of Northants appear on the bridge. One source[1] considers that Barwell were more likely to have supplied the large castings.

See Geograph entry.


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Sources of Information

  1. 'Civil Engineering Heritage - Eastern & Central England' by E A Labrum, ICE/Thomas Telford Ltd, 1998