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Eardiston Iron Footbridge

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This small cast iron arch footbridge was constructed in 1825 by Baldwin's Iron Foundry in Stourport. It originally spanned the A443 at Eardiston (near Tenbury Wells).

It was purchased by Dr D.H. Edmundson of Huddington Court near Droitwich and transported the 25 miles or so to its present site, and re-erected across the moat surrounding Huddington Court.


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Sources of Information

[1] Teme Valley North Parish: The Footbridge at Eardiston. Includes a photo of the bridge being removed from Eardiston.