Listed Building

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LOCHINCH HERITAGE ESTATE, CASTLE KENNEDY BRIDGELB10158

Status: Designated

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Summary

Category
B
Date Added
20/07/1972
Local Authority
Dumfries And Galloway
Planning Authority
Dumfries And Galloway
Parish
Inch
NGR
NX 11242 60786
Coordinates
211242, 560786

Description

1739. Single segmental-arched bridge. Red brick; rubble soffit; raised stone quoins. Hogback roadway; flat, coped parapets with 3 ball finials to each; scroll brackets at parapet terminations, carved with Stair Coat of Arms and Coronet, encircled by Collar of the Order of the Thistle; keystoned arch; curved coped brick quadrant walls.

Statement of Special Interest

The bridge crosses the canal between the two lochs and with the adjacent gatepiers, gates and boundary walls, forms an impressive entrance to Castle Kennedy (see separate list description). William Adam is known to have undertaken work to the gardens of Castle Kennedy between 1720 and 1740 and the bridge could possibly be to his design. Other listings on the Lochinch Heritage Estate include Balker Farmhouse, Balker Lodge, Black Loch Boathouse, Black Stables Cottage, Canal Cottage, Castle Kennedy, Castle Kennedy gatepiers, gates and boundary walls, Castle Kennedy Lodge, Castle Kennedy Walled Garden, East Lodge, Garden Cottage, Ice House, Kennels, Kennel's House, Kitchen Garden, Lochinch Castle, Lochinch Stable Court, Main Lodge, Main Lodge gatepiers, gates and boundary walls, Old Parish Church, Old Parish Church graveyard, 3 Sundials and White Loch Boathouse.

References

Bibliography

J Ainslie's Wigton map, 1782 (evident); W McIlwraith THE VISITORS GUIDE TO WIGTOWNSHIRE (1875), p99; A DESCRIPTION OF CASTLE KENNEDY: A SEAT BELONGING TO THE RIGHT HON THE EARL OF STAIR (1908), p10; Sir AN Agnew WIGTOWNSHIRE: ILLUSTRATED GUIDE FOR VISITORS (1928), p137; AA Tait THE LANDSCAPED GARDEN IN SCOTLAND, 1735-1835 (1980), pp12, 15-17, 254; AN INVENTORY OF GARDENS AND DESIGNED LANDSCAPES IN SCOTLAND, Vol 2 (1987), pp36, 39; John Gifford DUMFRIES AND GALLOWAY (1996), p412.

About Listed Buildings

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We list buildings of special architectural or historic interest using the criteria published in the Historic Environment Scotland Policy Statement.

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