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EDISFORD BRIDGE

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A bridge over the River Ribble, probably late medieval, widened and partly rebuilt in the early 19th century. It is constructed of sandstone ashlar and is composed of five arches with the second from the east being wider. The arches are segmental, except one, three and four on the north side only which are pointed with stone ribs to their soffits. The bridge is Scheduled and Listed Grade II.

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