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Grinton Bridge over the River Swale. (Aug 1993, scan)
"Road bridge over River Swale. Late C17, late C18 and C19. Rubble and ashlar stone. 3 semi-circular arches, triangular cutwaters rising to canted buttresses containing pedestrian retreats. The late C17 bridge is on the upstream side, of rubble construction, the northernmost arch of irregular shape, the other 2 having added late C18 voussoirs and cutwaters. The downstream half of the bridge is of late C18 construction, with roll moulding above the voussoirs. Both sides have a plain string course below parapets of coursed rubble of C19 date."