Listed Building

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CAROLSIDE, CAROLSIDE BRIDGELB15149

Status: Designated

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Summary

Category
B
Date Added
16/03/1971
Local Authority
Scottish Borders
Planning Authority
Scottish Borders
Parish
Earlston
NGR
NT 56212 39770
Coordinates
356212, 639770

Description

Style of Alexander Stevens or William Elliot, late 18th century. Circa 40ft single span, picturesque bridge spanning Leader Water, linking Carolside and Leadervale estates. Predominantly harl pointed sandstone rubble; render repairs in part; sandstone ashlar dressings. Regularly spaced raised ashlar voussoirs beneath continuous round arched bands; prominent corbels beneath surmounting parapets (balustraded at centre). Approach walls stepped out to N and S; circular-plan terminating piers with circular caps. Mid to late 19th century iron gatepiers and gate to N.

Statement of Special Interest

Compare the raised voussoirs at Old Ancrum Bridge (1782, Elliot or Stevens) and the terminal piers at Mouth Bridge (possibly Stevens, circa 1790). Originally formed part of the main approach to Carolside House - itself dating from the late 18th century (see separate list entry). The remains of a single storey, rubble-built, 17th century Gothick structure still stand to the NW of the bridge.

References

Bibliography

Blackadder map, 1797 (house evident); C A Strang BORDERS & BERWICK: AN ILLUSTRATED ARCHITECTURAL GUIDE (1991) p188.

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