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High Bridge (Lincoln)

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High Bridge
Location Map ( geo)
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The bridge in 2013
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Location
Lincoln
County
Lincolnshire
Highway Authority
Lincolnshire
Opening Date
c.1160
Additional Information
List No:  1388574  (Grade I)
Bridge Type:  Arch Bridge

High Bridge carries High Street crosses the River Witham in the centre of in Lincoln. It was constructed c.1160, although there were various alterations over time, and extensive works carried out at the beginning of the 20th Century.

The bridge is notable as it has a building on the western side. It, and the building, was listed in 1953 at Grade I as the only surviving example in England.




High Bridge (Lincoln)
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The High Bridge - Geograph - 3841197.jpg
Crossings of the River Witham
Stainby Road Bridge • Colsterworth Bypass Bridge • A52 Bridge • Belton Bypass Bridge • Beckingham Bypass Bridge • Brace Bridge • Dixon Street Bridge • Wigford Way Bridge • High Bridge • Thorn Bridge • River Witham Viaduct • Bardney Bridge • Kirkstead Bridge • Tattershall Bridge • Langrick Bridge • Sluice Bridge • Haven Bridge


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