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Homersfield Bridge

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Homersfield Bridge
Location Map ( geo)
Britain's Oldest Concrete Bridge - Geograph - 532607.jpg
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Location
Homersfield
County
Norfolk • Suffolk
Highway Authority
Norfolk • Suffolk
Opening Date
1870
Additional Information
List No:  1262142  (Grade II*)
Bridge Type:  Concrete Bridge
Max Span:  15m (49 ft 3 in)
On road(s)
B1062

Homersfield Bridge are a pair of bridges that cross the River Waveney on the B1062.

The bridges cross the boundary between Norfolk and Suffolk and the old bridge is reputed to be Britain's oldest concrete bridge. The old bridge has been closed to vehicular traffic following the construction of the new bridge in 1970.





Homersfield Bridge
Related Pictures
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Britain's Oldest Concrete Bridge - Geograph - 532607.jpg
Crossings of the River Yare, Waveney and tributaries
River YareLow Street Bridge • Bawburgh Bypass Bridge • Earlham Bridge • Cringleford Bypass Bridge • Harford Bridge • Trowse Newton Bypass Bridge • Postwick Viaduct • Reedham Ferry • Breydon Bridge • Haven Bridge
River WaveneyRedgrave Common Bridge • Stuston Bridge • Scole Eastern Bypass Bridge • Scole Southern Bypass Bridge • Shotford Bridge • Homersfield Bridge • Bungay Bypass Bridge 2 • Bungay Bypass Bridge 1 • Beccles New Bridge • St Olaves Bridge
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