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IRON BRIDGE OVER RIVER DEVON AT CAMBUSLB1985

Status: Designated

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Summary

Category
A
Date Added
12/06/1972
Supplementary Information Updated
05/04/2016
Local Authority
Clackmannanshire
Planning Authority
Clackmannanshire
Parish
Alloa
NGR
NS 85325 94078
Coordinates
285325, 694078

Description

Early 19th century, Carron Company. Single-span, segmental-arched, prefabricated cast iron lattice girder bridge. Coped, squared and coursed, droved sandstone abutments with curved approaches. Timber deck with iron guide rails. Metal railings.

Statement of Special Interest

This elegant, single-span cast iron bridge is one of the oldest cast iron bridges in Scotland. Built from prefabricated lattice girders, it was originally used by the neighbouring Cambus Distillery to move goods across the river from one part of their site to another. It originally carried horse-drawn traffic, and the guide rails are still evident. The bridge was restored in 1997 and is now a footbridge (2008).The Carron Company, located near Falkirk was founded in 1759. Internationally renowned, the beginning of the 19th century it had become one of the largest iron works in Europe and exported its goods all over the world.

List description updated in 2008.

Formerly a scheduled monument. Scheduled on 15/10/1975 and descheduled on 23/03/2016.

References

Bibliography

1st Edition Ordnance Survey Map, 1859-63. R Paxton & J Shipway, Civil Engineering Heritage, Scotland Lowland and Border, 2007 p325. Further information from www.ihbc.org.uk (accessed 13-06-08).

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