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Middle Bridge

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Middle Bridge
Location Map ( geo)
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From:  Romsey
To:  Whiteparish
Location
Bypass Road, Romsey
County
Hampshire
Highway Authority
Hampshire
Opening Date
1788, widened 1931
Additional Information
List No:  1339680  (Grade I)
Bridge Type:  Concrete Bridge
Engineer:  Robert Mylne
On road(s)
A27 • A3090
Crossings related to the A27

Middle Bridge (also locally known as Mainstone Bridge) is the name of a bridge to the south of Romsey. It is the second bridge on the site, built in 1788 to replace an earlier structure.

It is on the old route of the A31 between Winchester and Dorset, and on the A27/A3090 multiplex as it heads round the south of Romsey.

In the 1940s, a southern bypass of Romsey was connected to the bridge at its eastern end. The old road is named 'Middlebridge Street'. A bridge downstream is called Long Bridge and upstream is called Great Bridge.




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