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YALDING TOWN BRIDGE

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Crossing the several streams of the River Beult, the largest tributary of the Medway, Yalding Town Bridge carries the B 2010 through Yalding village between West Farleigh and Horsmonden. The bridge is of medieval date and is mentioned in 15th century wills. Built of Kentish ragstone, it consists of six spans. Three of the arches cross the river and three are flood arches, of which one has been closed and forms a cellar to an adjoining inn. The bridge was widened in 1848. Scheduled.

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