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Treverbyn Bridge
River Fowey, Treverbyn, east of st Neot, Cornwall
associated engineer
E.H. Collcutt
date  1929
era  Modern  |  category  Bridge  |  reference  SX205675
Immediately downstream of Treverbyn's medieval stone bridge is a more recent concrete arch designed by E.H. Collcutt, the County Surveyor of Cornwall in the 1920s.
The older bridge had been part of the main route from Bodmin to Liskeard through St Neot for many hundreds of years. It is now used a footbridge, and what is now a local road has been realigned to take traffic between St Neot and Dobwalls via the new bridge.
Collcutt's bridge is a single reinforced concrete span, 6.7m wide, accommodating both road and footways.
Research: ECPK
reference sources   CEH South

Treverbyn Bridge