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Hampstead Road Bridge over Grand Union Canal

Building  From 1815 

Categories: Transport

The Listing for the current bridge tells us it is a "Public road bridge over the Grand Union Canal and towpaths. 1876, replacing an earlier inadequate brick bridge of c1815. Provided by the St Pancras Vestry and the Metropolitan Board of Works. Slightly cambered cast-iron girder bridge. Cast-iron panelled parapets with relief moulded rectangles; similar parapets on bridge deck provide pedestrian walkways. Brick abutments with stone coping. Stone plaque {the Guilders Stone} in north-east abutment recording the rebuilding."

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Hampstead Road Bridge over Grand Union Canal

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Guilders Stone

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