|Locale||Brighouse, West Yorkshire|
|Other name(s)||Calder Bridge|
|No. of spans||2|
|Piers in water||1|
The Halifax and Huddersfield Turnpike Act of 1823 allowed for the building of Calder Bridge (now called Brighouse Bridge) on what was to become the A641 road; tolls were abolished on the bridge in 1875 and extensive widening work was undertaken in 1905 and 1999 (both of these latter dates being commemorated in dedication stones on the bridge).
- "From Weaver to Web; Brighouse Bridge, plaque". 31 January 2003. Retrieved 4 February 2010.