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Lower Hodder Bridge

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Lower Hodder Bridge
Location Map ( geo)
Lower Hodder Bridge - Geograph - 2577620.jpg
The bridge in 2011
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Location
Aighton, Bailey and Chaigley
County
Lancashire • Yorkshire
Highway Authority
Lancashire
Opening Date
1819
Additional Information
Bridge Type:  Arch Bridge
On road(s)
B6243
Crossings related to the B6243
The old Yorkshire/Lancashire border, engraved into the bridge parapet

Lower Hodder Bridge crosses the River Hodder between the parishes of Aighton, Bailey and Chaigley and Great Mitton.


The name of the bridge is engraved into one of the walls

The bridge is a stone arch bridge, constructed in 1819[1] to replace an older packhorse bridge

Main Article: Old Lower Hodder Bridge

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References



Lower Hodder Bridge
Related Pictures
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Lower Hodder Bridge - Geograph - 2577620.jpgLancashire, Yorkshire Border, River Hodder - Geograph - 4496796.jpgLower Hodder Bridge - Geograph - 4496803.jpg
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HodderOld Lower Hodder Bridge • Lower Hodder Bridge • Higher Hodder Bridge • Doeford Bridge • Burholme Bridge • Newton Bridge (Hodder) • New Bridge • Cross of Greet Bridge



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