Hacketty Way Bridge, Packhorse Bridge, Horner, Holnicote Estate

Record ID:  115400 / MNA165208
Record type:  Monument
Protected Status: Scheduled Monument, Listed Building: Grade II*
NT Property:  Holnicote Estate; South West
Civil Parish:  Luccombe; West Somerset; Somerset
Grid Reference:  SS 8972 4554
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Summary

The packhorse bridge spans the Horner Water just north of Horner village.

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Monument Types

  • PACKHORSE BRIDGE (Medieval - 1066 AD to 1539 AD)

Description

The packhorse bridge spans the Horner Water just north of Horner village. It has one arch, the parapets are swept back in the traditional fashion at the approaches and the road surface is cobbled. The stonework is rubble sandstone, with segmental headed arches.[1]

References

  • <1>XY SZN48220 - Unpublished document: Isabel Richardson. 2001. Holnicote Estate Archaeological Survey, Somerset. 115400. [Mapped feature: #183965 ]

Designations

Other Statuses and References

  • HER/SMR Reference (External) (Exmoor NP HER): MSO7320

Associated Events

  • ENA3149 - Field Survey, Archaeological Survey of the Holnicote Estate 2001

Associated Finds

None Recorded

Related Records

  • Related to: Packhorse Bridge, West Luccombe Farm, Holnicote Estate (Monument) - 115399 / MNA165207