|Locale||Teston / West Farleigh|
|Owner||Kent County Council|
|Maintained by||Kent County Council|
|Heritage status||Grade I listed, also a
Scheduled ancient monument
|Preceded by||Bow Bridge, Wateringbury|
|Followed by||Barming Bridge|
|No. of spans||Six|
|Piers in water||Three|
|Construction end||14th or 15th century|
The bridge was constructed in the 14th or 15th century and comprises six arches of various heights and widths, the middle three of which span the river.
Teston Bridge is built of coursed rag-stone with ashlar capping stones to the parapets. The bridge is narrow, only wide enough to permit traffic to pass in one direction at a time and the parapets feature pedestrian refuges continued up from the cutwaters on each side. It carries the B2163 road, which is crossed on the level by the Medway Valley Line just west of the bridge. The crossing was the site of Teston Crossing Halt, which was open from 1909–59.
|Wikimedia Commons has media related to Teston bridge.|
- Historic England. "Teston Bridge (1262983)". National Heritage List for England. Retrieved 2 July 2011.
- Historic England. "Teston Bridge (415865)". PastScape. Retrieved 15 January 2012.
- Sheet 172 (Map). 1:63,360. Ordnance Survey. 1940. Retrieved 2 July 2011.
- Kidner, R. W. (1985). Southern Railway Halts. Survey and Gazetteer. Headington, Oxford: The Oakwood Press. p. 57. ISBN 0-85361-321-4.