Great Barford Bridge

The early fifteenth century Great Barford Bridge, sometimes called simply Barford Bridge, spans the River Great Ouse at Great Barford, Bedfordshire. It is an arch bridge with seventeen arches, originally built from limestone and sandstone. The bridge underwent significant changes in the 19th century, with a widening project in 1818 that used wood being superseded in 1874 with the use of brick. It is Grade I listed and a Scheduled Ancient Monument.

Great Barford Bridge
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Coordinates52°09′04″N 0°20′36″W / 52.151°N 0.343221°W / 52.151; -0.343221
CrossesRiver Great Ouse
LocaleGreat Barford, Bedfordshire
Heritage statusGrade I listed
OpenedFifteenth century

There is also a Barford Bridge which carries the River Ise over the A43 road between Rushton and Geddington in Northamptonshire.

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Coordinates: 52°09′04″N 0°20′36″W / 52.1510°N 0.3432°W / 52.1510; -0.3432