Hey Green Bridge, Marsden

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  • location: Marsden
  • category: bridge

Bridge at Hey Green, sometimes spelled Hay Green, situated a short distance downstream from a weir.

Historic England Listing

  • Grade II
  • first listed 11 July 1985
  • listing entry number 1224822

WATERS ROAD, Marsden. Bridge and Weir at Hey Green. Bridge built in 1839 by John Dowse.

Bridge: Single span arched bridge of rock faced stone with vermiculated dreessings. Bridge parapet of large vermiculated stone blocks, continue to large vermiculated stone gate posts forming entrance to Hey Green Estate. Set into parapet is iron plaque with words "PRIVATE ROAD" in good Roman capitals. Parapet is surmounted by iron railings.

Weir: Curved weir of rubble with large course of headers. Drop approximately 10 feet. Culvert to north side is controlled by hand operated paddle.


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