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Greystone Bridge

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Greystone Bridge
Location Map ( geo)
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From:  Launceston
To:  Milton Abbott
County
Cornwall • Devon
Highway Authority
Cornwall • Devon
Opening Date
1439
Additional Information
List No:  1104822  (Grade I)
Bridge Type:  Arch Bridge
On road(s)
B3362

This ancient arch bridge is Grade one Listed and carries the B3362 across the Tamar from Devon to Cornwall. Dating back to 1439, it was built with money raised by Bishop Lacey.

The bridge consists of 8 stone arches, 4 over the river and an additional two flood arches on either bank. There are 5 refuges on each side over the piers of the main river arches, but the road is still only single-track and so is controlled by traffic lights at either end.





Greystone Bridge
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