Barle Bridge at Dulverton
|Locale||Dulverton, Somerset, England|
|Heritage status||Ancient monument|
|No. of spans||5|
|Construction start||Middle Ages|
Barle Bridge is a five span stone arch bridge over the River Barle in Dulverton within the English county of Somerset, which is medieval in origin. It has been scheduled as an ancient monument and is a Grade II listed building.
The bridge is included in the Dulverton Conservation Area Appraisal.
The bridge which is built of local stone has five arches.
The bridge has double rings on the downstream side and single rings on the upstream side.
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