Walcot Bridge (Graded II Listed)
Designed by William Hayward (circa 1740-1782). Road bridge over the River Tern, not far from the confluence of the River Roden. Ashlar with 3 rusticated round-arches with keyblocks. Cutwaters have semi-circular section 'pilasters' above in the spandrels. String course and low parapet with panel at centre inscribed with date MDCCLXXXII (Roman for year 1782) and inscription "the last Edifice erected by that ingenious Architect William Hayward". The abutments splay outwards and are terminated with square piers. William Hayward also designed the bridge over the River Tern at Atcham, Shropshire and the bridge over the Thames at Henley, Oxfordshire in 1781.
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