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Myton-on-Swale Bridge
River Swale, Myton-on-Swale, North Yorkshire
associated engineer
George Gordon Page
date  1868
era  Victorian  |  category  Bridge  |  reference  SE434667
ICE reference number  HEW 344
A three-span bridge, with a central cast iron arch, commissioned by Major Stapylton of Myton whose arms and motto appear on the outer arch ribs.
The piers and abutments are of brick, as are the two 20ft span side flood arches. The cast iron arch spans 100ft and consist of three cast ribs. Page designed and supervised the works under the the direction of his father, Thomas Page, who was responsible for many other cast iron bridges.
Fabrication: Cliff & Co, Bradford
Masonry: Keswick, York
reference sources   CEH North
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Myton-on-Swale Bridge